Tag:Legal Education

New British Book Features Prof. Abrams’ Legal History Essay

May 8th, 2014

In Teaching Legal History: Comparative Perspectives, published by Wildy, Simmonds & Hill, legal history professors throughout the United States explain their distinctive approaches to the course and its instruction. The book includes Prof. Doug Abrams’ essay, “Teaching

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Lawyers’ Fear, Negotiation, Dispute Resolution Subjects of Recent Publications by Prof. Lande

May 5th, 2014

Prof. John Lande recently had several articles published. “Escaping from Lawyers’ Prison of Fear,” which catalogs a long list of fears endemic to legal work and suggests ways that lawyers can take advantage of the benefits of

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Prof. Reuben’s Mindfulness Study Referenced In NALP Bulletin

April 8th, 2014

Prof. Richard Reuben’s current study on the effects of mindfulness on first-year law students was recently referenced in the National Association of Law Placement’s (NALP) bulletin. The focus of the NALP article featuring the study discussed the

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“Teaching Employment Discrimination Law, Virtually” on Top Downloads List

March 24th, 2014

Prof. Miriam A. Cherry’s recently published paper, “Teaching Employment Discrimination Law, Virtually” was recently listed on SSRN’s (Social Science Research Network) Top Ten download list for: Innovation in Legal Education eJournal, International Employment and Labor Law eJournal,

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Teaching Legal History Focus of Essay by Prof. Abrams

November 6th, 2013

The October issue of the American Journal of Legal History presented a symposium on “Teaching Legal History in U.S. Law Schools.” The symposium contains essays about techniques, objectives, lawyering skills and other questions from more than 30

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