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What Do Indiana Law Schools Do For Students In Need?, Inge Van Der Cruysse Jan 2017

What Do Indiana Law Schools Do For Students In Need?, Inge Van Der Cruysse

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Thinking On Your Feet: Reflections Of A First-Time Online Instructor, Ashley A. Ahlbrand Jan 2017

Thinking On Your Feet: Reflections Of A First-Time Online Instructor, Ashley A. Ahlbrand

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Online education continues to rise in popularity for both undergraduate and graduate education. Among the reasons commonly stated for this preference is flexibility, both of time and location. It came as little surprise, therefore, when our Law Library’s long-term proposal to develop an online advanced legal research course found itself on the fast track. This article will discuss the process we went through to develop this course, the end result, and the lessons learned along the way.


Reclaiming Our Essential Freedom To Determine Who May Be Admitted To Study Law, Jeffrey E. Stake Jan 2013

Reclaiming Our Essential Freedom To Determine Who May Be Admitted To Study Law, Jeffrey E. Stake

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Now Is The Appropriate Time For Selective Higher Education Programs To Collect Racial And Ethnic Data On Its Black Applicants And Students, Kevin D. Brown Jan 2009

Now Is The Appropriate Time For Selective Higher Education Programs To Collect Racial And Ethnic Data On Its Black Applicants And Students, Kevin D. Brown

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American colleges and universities have traditionally lumped all of their black students into a unified “Black/African/African American" category. However, there is growing evidence that American higher education is witnessing a historic change in the racial and ethnic ancestry of Blacks who are the beneficiaries of affirmative action. Recent studies have pointed out that disproportionately large percentages of Blacks benefiting from affirmative action are foreign-born Black immigrants, their sons and/or daughters, and multiracials. In addition, the number and percentage of blacks approaching college age from these groups will increase substantially in the next five to ten years.

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Can Public International Boarding Schools In Ghana Be The Next Educational Reform Movement For Low-Income Urban Minority Public School Students?, Kevin D. Brown Jan 2009

Can Public International Boarding Schools In Ghana Be The Next Educational Reform Movement For Low-Income Urban Minority Public School Students?, Kevin D. Brown

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The past twenty-five years has witnessed dramatic changes in the world, including the rise of international trade, unprecedented movement of people across national borders, tremendous advances in communication technologies and new forms of knowledge. Due to the changes of this magnitude, the American public is aware of new and formidable global and international problems that did not exist before. However, these changes also provide the conditions for applying new solutions to domestic problems that have plagued American society for decades. This Article puts forward an innovative suggestion to a persistent problem of American society: the problem of how to improve ...


Lessons Learned From Comparing The Application Of Constitutional Law And Anti-Discrimination Law To African Americans In The U.S. And Dalits In India In The Context Of Higher Education, Kevin D. Brown, Vinay Sitapati Jan 2008

Lessons Learned From Comparing The Application Of Constitutional Law And Anti-Discrimination Law To African Americans In The U.S. And Dalits In India In The Context Of Higher Education, Kevin D. Brown, Vinay Sitapati

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In this Article the authors will compare the development of constitutional law and federal anti-discrimination law in the context of higher education of African-Americans in the U.S. and Dalits in India. Both groups suffer from oppression and discrimination based upon a hereditary trait and related to their integration into mainstream society; neither group is completely isolated from the majority population responsible for the discrimination; and African-Americans and Dalits approximate similar percentages of their country's population. Based upon the 2000 census, African-Americans constitute 12.7% of the American populations, and, according to the 1991 Census Report of India, Dalits ...


The Challenge And Promise Of Public Legal Education, Lauren K. Robel Jan 2005

The Challenge And Promise Of Public Legal Education, Lauren K. Robel

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Reflecting On The Presidency Of Herman B Wells, Alfred C. Aman Jan 2001

Reflecting On The Presidency Of Herman B Wells, Alfred C. Aman

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Teaching The Republican Child: Three Antebellum Stories About Law, Schooling, And The Construction Of American Families, Michael Grossberg Jan 1997

Teaching The Republican Child: Three Antebellum Stories About Law, Schooling, And The Construction Of American Families, Michael Grossberg

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Laboring In The Academic Marketplace: The Case For Tenure, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt Jan 1997

Laboring In The Academic Marketplace: The Case For Tenure, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt

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The Regulation Of Academic Standards In Intercollegiate Athletics, Ronald J. Waicukauski Jan 1982

The Regulation Of Academic Standards In Intercollegiate Athletics, Ronald J. Waicukauski

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Bakke In Balance: Some Preliminary Thoughts, Robert M. O'Neil Jan 1979

Bakke In Balance: Some Preliminary Thoughts, Robert M. O'Neil

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God And Government At Yale: The Limits Of Federal Regulation Of Higher Education, Robert M. O'Neil Jan 1975

God And Government At Yale: The Limits Of Federal Regulation Of Higher Education, Robert M. O'Neil

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Training For Socio-Legal Research: College Prior To Law School, Self Help And On-The-Job Training, Dan Hopson Jr. Jan 1971

Training For Socio-Legal Research: College Prior To Law School, Self Help And On-The-Job Training, Dan Hopson Jr.

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Private Universities And Public Law, Robert M. O'Neil Jan 1970

Private Universities And Public Law, Robert M. O'Neil

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Roundtable On Foreign Exchanges: Proceedings, William Burnett Harvey, Thomas Ehrlich Jan 1970

Roundtable On Foreign Exchanges: Proceedings, William Burnett Harvey, Thomas Ehrlich

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Judicial Overkill: The Campus And The Courts, Robert M. O'Neil Jan 1970

Judicial Overkill: The Campus And The Courts, Robert M. O'Neil

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The Development Of Indian Legal Education: The Impact Of The Language Problem, Julius G. Getman Jan 1969

The Development Of Indian Legal Education: The Impact Of The Language Problem, Julius G. Getman

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Report On The Military Rule And The Greek Universities, A. A. Fatouros Jan 1968

Report On The Military Rule And The Greek Universities, A. A. Fatouros

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Reflections On The Academic Senate Resolution, Robert M. O'Neil Jan 1966

Reflections On The Academic Senate Resolution, Robert M. O'Neil

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Academic Freedom -- Its Basic Philosophy, Function, And History, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1963

Academic Freedom -- Its Basic Philosophy, Function, And History, Ralph F. Fuchs

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A Profession In Quest Of Itself, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1962

A Profession In Quest Of Itself, Ralph F. Fuchs

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Book Review. Byse, C., And Joughin, L., Tenure In American Higher Education, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1959

Book Review. Byse, C., And Joughin, L., Tenure In American Higher Education, Ralph F. Fuchs

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Report, 1955-57, By The Retiring General Secretary, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1957

Report, 1955-57, By The Retiring General Secretary, Ralph F. Fuchs

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Round Table On Law School Objectives And Methods, Ralph F. Fuchs, Maurice H. Merrill, Dale F. Stansbury, Alfred Harsch Jan 1940

Round Table On Law School Objectives And Methods, Ralph F. Fuchs, Maurice H. Merrill, Dale F. Stansbury, Alfred Harsch

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TOPIC FOR DISCUSSION: "RESOLVED THAT THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN LAW SCHOOLS SHOULD RECOMMEND TO MEMBER SCHOOLS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A FOUR-YEAR CURRICULUM IN LAW."


The Dartmouth College Case -- Then And Now, Hugh Evander Willis Jan 1934

The Dartmouth College Case -- Then And Now, Hugh Evander Willis

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Why Colleges And Universities?, Hugh Evander Willis Apr 1927

Why Colleges And Universities?, Hugh Evander Willis

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The Teaching Of Law In Schools Of Business, William E. Britton Jan 1923

The Teaching Of Law In Schools Of Business, William E. Britton

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No abstract provided.