December 15, 2006
WWJD?: Welcome Dean Chen
Congratulations to contributing editor Jim Chen on his new position as Dean of the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville. The question now buzzing throughout the law school world is "What Will Jim Do?" to innovate at his new institution. Here are some possibilities and related food-for-thought for the new Dean from LSI's archives:
- Innovative law school courses
- Why shouldn't all law schools regularly host real oral arguments?
- Student blogging as an educational experience
- Should law professors be required to practice?
- Innovating the third-year: no standard classes?
- Apprenticeship as Part of Legal Education
- Power to the students? The case of laptops in the classroom
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Congrat's, Mr. Dean! I'm excited to see what law school innovations you'll be advancing at Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville.
Posted by: Gene Koo | Dec 15, 2006 3:12:35 PM
Wow. Thanks for this incredible welcome. This is a great list of ideas. I'm very fortunate to be part of Law School Innovation, which has generated, in a very short period of time, an enormous number of provocative, promising ideas for improving the educational experience that law schools deliver to their students.
Posted by: Jim Chen | Dec 16, 2006 12:47:59 AM
Spoken like a true diplomatic dean. ;-)
Posted by: Doug B. | Dec 16, 2006 7:25:07 PM
Congratulations, Dean Chen! We look forward to seeing what great things happen in Louisville!
Posted by: Anupam Chander | Dec 21, 2006 1:40:42 PM
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