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Educating Students About The Critiquing Process In A Lawyering Skills Class, Joel Atlas Oct 2006

Educating Students About The Critiquing Process In A Lawyering Skills Class, Joel Atlas

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

The extreme performance anxiety of first-year law students along with the alien experience of receiving copious comments on their writing creates a potent, and potentially paralyzing, potion for stress. With that as a backdrop, lawyering skills teachers ought to educate students about the process of critiquing they will experience in a lawyering skills course.


Exciting Education Summit News, Claire M. Germain Jun 2006

Exciting Education Summit News, Claire M. Germain

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Visit To Puerto Rico, Claire M. Germain May 2006

Visit To Puerto Rico, Claire M. Germain

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Partnering With Decision Makers In Your Institution, Claire M. Germain Mar 2006

Partnering With Decision Makers In Your Institution, Claire M. Germain

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Race And Gender In The Law Review, Cynthia Grant Bowman Jan 2006

Race And Gender In The Law Review, Cynthia Grant Bowman

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Integrating Transnational Perspectives Into Civil Procedure: What Not To Teach, Kevin M. Clermont Jan 2006

Integrating Transnational Perspectives Into Civil Procedure: What Not To Teach, Kevin M. Clermont

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Assessing The Ssrn-Based Law School Rankings, Theodore Eisenberg Jan 2006

Assessing The Ssrn-Based Law School Rankings, Theodore Eisenberg

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

One noteworthy feature of the SSRN-based rankings is the high correlation between them and other rankings. Black and Caron report correlation coefficients between their two Social Science Research Network (SSRN) school rankings (one based on downloads from SSRN and one based on the number of papers posted on SSRN) and six other published rankings. The correlations provide a useful and creative measure of consistency across studies. If ranking studies are highly correlated, then the least expensive and most efficient study to conduct can be used without incurring the expense and delay of the more labor-intensive ranking methods. SSRN has a ...