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China’S Environmental Legislation And Current Issues, Dian Rong Luo Aug 1987

China’S Environmental Legislation And Current Issues, Dian Rong Luo

Proceedings of the Sino-American Conference on Environmental Law (August 16)

8 pages.


Studying Music, Learning Law: A Musical Perspective On Clinical Legal Education, Alfred C. Aman Feb 1987

Studying Music, Learning Law: A Musical Perspective On Clinical Legal Education, Alfred C. Aman

Articles by Maurer Faculty

I want to talk about an important issue in legal education today: the role of clinical education in the law school curriculum. I hope to shed some light on that issue by looking at another professional school model-not the medical school model, which is the usual approach, but the music school model. I want to reflect on my experiences as a student at the Eastman School of Music and my recent conversations with Robert Freeman, the director of the Eastman School, and members of the Eastman faculty. In so doing, I want to suggest some parallels between musical and legal ...


Audiovisual Enhancement Of Classroom Teaching: A Primer For Law Professors, Vincent R. Johnson Jan 1987

Audiovisual Enhancement Of Classroom Teaching: A Primer For Law Professors, Vincent R. Johnson

Faculty Articles

It is increasingly hard to avoid the idea that audiovisual techniques are appropriate—if not essential—to the contemporary law school classroom. Audiovisual aids are already widely employed in the practice of law, continuing legal education, and in most fields of higher and professional education. Yet, what little empirical evidence exists suggests that modern media techniques have had little impact on the traditional law school classroom. Thus it is relevant to ask whether and how audiovisual media can effectively augment the teaching of standard substantive law courses.


Missouri Law Review Fellows Program Inaugurated, Dale A. Whitman Jan 1987

Missouri Law Review Fellows Program Inaugurated, Dale A. Whitman

Faculty Publications

The Missouri Law Review has a distinguished history of service to the legal profession and the academic community. First published more than fifty years ago, the Review has printed many articles and student notes which have served to improve the administration of justice, while at the same time providing hundreds of second- and third-year law students with a uniquely valuable experience in legal analysis, scholarship, and editing. Membership on the Review has become an important credential, reflecting credit on the student members and enhancing their attractiveness to law firms seeking associates and judges seeking clerks.


Dealing With The Limits Of Vision: The Planning Process And The Education Of Lawyers, Lawrence Lederman, Jay Levenson Jan 1987

Dealing With The Limits Of Vision: The Planning Process And The Education Of Lawyers, Lawrence Lederman, Jay Levenson

Articles & Chapters

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How Professionals (Including Legal Educators) "Treat" Their Clients, Edwin H. Greenebaum Jan 1987

How Professionals (Including Legal Educators) "Treat" Their Clients, Edwin H. Greenebaum

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.