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May 21, 2007

A Primer for New Teachers

According to Howard Katz (Charlotte) and Kevin Oneill (Cleveland-Marshall) "no article ... has ever furnished detailed and comprehensive advice on how to teach a law school course — from choosing a book and designing a syllabus to orchestrating the classroom experience to creating and grading the final exam. That's the aim of their new article, Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching: A Primer for New Teachers, which is available on SSRN. -- Joe Hodnicki

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My big objection to the law school curriculum, in general, is nowhere, but nowhere, do any law schools teach law from the "street"side of the fence.
Consequently, so many law grads go into the real world with no idea of what they are actually getting into.

--Jack Payne

Posted by: Jack Payne | Jul 20, 2007 11:18:48 PM

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