Friday, April 19, 2019
- Bradley A. Areheart (Tennessee), The Top 100 Law Reviews: A Reference Guide Based on Historical USNWR Data
- Debra S. Austin (Denver), Windmills of Your Mind: Understanding the Neurobiology of Emotion
- Bridget J. Crawford (Pace), Information for Submitting to Online Law Review Companions
- Inside Higher Ed, Do Law Schools Limit Black Enrollment With LSAT?
- Law.Com, The Big Fail: Why Bar Pass Rates Have Sunk to Record Lows
- James Levy (Nova SE), "2019 Future Ready Lawyer Survey" from Wolters Kluwer finds most lawyers are lagging in key technology skills
- Derek Muller (Pepperdine), February Multistate Bar Exam Scores Inch Up After a Five-Year Slide
- Marjorie Silver (Touro), Making It Personal
- Ilya Somin (George Mason), Does Yale Law School’s Antidiscrimination Policy on Subsidies for Student Employment Discriminate on the Basis of Religion?
- Karen L. Tokarz (Wash U), A Manual for Law Schools on Adjunct Faculty
Article of the week: Here is a "wow" article: Debra S. Austin (Denver), Windmills of Your Mind: Understanding the Neurobiology of Emotion. "This article proposes that law students, legal educators, and lawyers will benefit from developing their NQ [neuro-intelligence], as well as their understanding of the impact of emotion and stress on performance, and the how building mental strength can empower their professional and personal lives. With greater NQ, individuals can improve well-being and performance, and organizations can leverage healthy human beings to enhance capacity and innovation."