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Full-Text Articles in Legal Education

Law Schools And The Public Good, Judith Areen, Paul Marcus Apr 2017

Law Schools And The Public Good, Judith Areen, Paul Marcus

Popular Media

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An All-Volunteer Force: Law Students And Pro Bono Lawyers Helping Veterans, Patricia E. Roberts Dec 2016

An All-Volunteer Force: Law Students And Pro Bono Lawyers Helping Veterans, Patricia E. Roberts

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Post 9/11 Veterans: Welcoming Them Home As Colleagues And Clients, Patricia E. Roberts Jul 2015

Post 9/11 Veterans: Welcoming Them Home As Colleagues And Clients, Patricia E. Roberts

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


William & Mary Law School Commencement Address: Reflections On The Future Of The Legal Academy, Antonin Scalia May 2015

William & Mary Law School Commencement Address: Reflections On The Future Of The Legal Academy, Antonin Scalia

William & Mary Law Review

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The Aba Got It Right: Veterans Need Our Help, Patricia E. Roberts Apr 2015

The Aba Got It Right: Veterans Need Our Help, Patricia E. Roberts

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The Wire As A Gap-Filling Class On Criminal Law And Procedure, Adam M. Gershowitz Aug 2014

The Wire As A Gap-Filling Class On Criminal Law And Procedure, Adam M. Gershowitz

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From "War On Poverty" To Pro Bono: Access To Justice Remains Elusive For Too Many, Including Our Veterans, Patricia E. Roberts Apr 2014

From "War On Poverty" To Pro Bono: Access To Justice Remains Elusive For Too Many, Including Our Veterans, Patricia E. Roberts

Faculty Publications

Fifty years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson launched the War on Poverty. The Legal Services Program of 1965, along with the Legal Services Corporation formed in 1974, considerably increased civil legal aid to America’s poor. Yet today, there is only one legal aid attorney for every 6,415 people living in poverty. Veterans, comprising 4.6%of those living in poverty, often suffer additional obstacles and extensive legal needs, including assistance in obtaining benefits to which they are entitled. While encouraging additional pro bono service among attorneys incrementally increases the availability of legal services to the poor, law school ...


Charles Koch, Jr. — The Casebook And The Scholarship, William S. Jordan Iii Dec 2013

Charles Koch, Jr. — The Casebook And The Scholarship, William S. Jordan Iii

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Law School Forum: William And Mary Law School, Davison M. Douglas Dec 2012

Law School Forum: William And Mary Law School, Davison M. Douglas

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From Oxford To Williamsburg, Ruth Bird, James S. Heller Dec 2012

From Oxford To Williamsburg, Ruth Bird, James S. Heller

Library Staff Publications

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Book Review Of Copyright For Teachers & Librarians In The 21st Century, Benjamin J. Keele Jul 2012

Book Review Of Copyright For Teachers & Librarians In The 21st Century, Benjamin J. Keele

Library Staff Publications

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From Oxford To Williamsburg: The Evolution Of Legal Education And Law Libraries Across The Pond, James S. Heller Jun 2012

From Oxford To Williamsburg: The Evolution Of Legal Education And Law Libraries Across The Pond, James S. Heller

Library Staff Publications

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The Usefulness Of . . . Evidence, Jeffrey Bellin Sep 2011

The Usefulness Of . . . Evidence, Jeffrey Bellin

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Scamlaw And The Macroeconomy, Alan Meese Sep 2011

Scamlaw And The Macroeconomy, Alan Meese

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In Memorium: Joseph Paul Doyle, Justin M. Marchesi May 2011

In Memorium: Joseph Paul Doyle, Justin M. Marchesi

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Creac Scramble: An Active Self-Assessment Exercise, Meredith Aden Oct 2010

Creac Scramble: An Active Self-Assessment Exercise, Meredith Aden

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Teaching Evaluations By Faculty Colleagues, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl Feb 2010

Teaching Evaluations By Faculty Colleagues, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl

Popular Media

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Jefferson's Vision Fulfilled: The Nation's Oldest Law School Celebrates 230 Years Of Educating Citizen Lawyers, Davison M. Douglas Jan 2010

Jefferson's Vision Fulfilled: The Nation's Oldest Law School Celebrates 230 Years Of Educating Citizen Lawyers, Davison M. Douglas

Popular Media

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The Citizen Lawyer And The Administrative State, Edward Rubin Mar 2009

The Citizen Lawyer And The Administrative State, Edward Rubin

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Citizen As Lawyer, Lawyer As Citizen, Mark Tushnet Mar 2009

Citizen As Lawyer, Lawyer As Citizen, Mark Tushnet

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Noteworthy Absence, Nancy Leong Jan 2009

A Noteworthy Absence, Nancy Leong

Faculty Publications

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Exporting American Legal Education, James E. Moliterno Jan 2008

Exporting American Legal Education, James E. Moliterno

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Personal Integration And Outsider Status As Factors In Law Student Well-Being, Susan Grover Jan 2008

Personal Integration And Outsider Status As Factors In Law Student Well-Being, Susan Grover

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Post-Tenure Review As If It Mattered, Jayne W. Barnard Jan 2008

Post-Tenure Review As If It Mattered, Jayne W. Barnard

Faculty Publications

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Observations On The Folly Of Using Student Evaluations Of College Teaching For Faculty Evaluation, Pay, And Retention Decisions And Its Implications For Academic Freedom, William Arthur Wines, Terence J. Lau Oct 2006

Observations On The Folly Of Using Student Evaluations Of College Teaching For Faculty Evaluation, Pay, And Retention Decisions And Its Implications For Academic Freedom, William Arthur Wines, Terence J. Lau

William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law

Research on student teaching evaluations is vast. An examination of this research demonstrates wide disagreements but also substantial consensus of authority for the proposition that student evaluations should be used only with extreme care, if at all, in making personnel decisions. A number of reasons cause administrators to use teaching evaluations for personnel decisions. The literature, however, is virtually unanimous in its condemnation of norming student evaluations in order to rank classroom performances. Current cases on academic freedom indicate some retrenchment by the Circuits from broader pronouncements in earlier Supreme Court cases. This paper concludes that the use of non-validated ...


Classroom Incivilities, Gender, Authenticity And Orthodoxy, And The Limits Of Hard Work: Four Lenses For Interpreting A "Failed" Teaching Experience, Deborah Maranville Apr 2006

Classroom Incivilities, Gender, Authenticity And Orthodoxy, And The Limits Of Hard Work: Four Lenses For Interpreting A "Failed" Teaching Experience, Deborah Maranville

William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law

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The Story Of Members Of The Law School Classes Of 1939-1940 Marshall-Wythe School Of Jurisprudence And Their Campus Friends, College Of William And Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia: How Their Organized Effort Saved The Law School, Harold M. Gouldman Jr. Jan 2006

The Story Of Members Of The Law School Classes Of 1939-1940 Marshall-Wythe School Of Jurisprudence And Their Campus Friends, College Of William And Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia: How Their Organized Effort Saved The Law School, Harold M. Gouldman Jr.

History of the Marshall-Wythe School of Law

Harold M. Gouldman, Jr., Class of 1940, provides a collection of materials related to the attempt to close the William & Mary School of Jurisprudence in June 1939.


Reflections On The Teaching Of Constitutional Law, William W. Van Alstyne Apr 2005

Reflections On The Teaching Of Constitutional Law, William W. Van Alstyne

Faculty Publications

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Better Lucky Than Good, Neal Devins Jan 2004

Better Lucky Than Good, Neal Devins

Faculty Publications

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W & M Law School Came First. Why Care?, W. Taylor Reveley Iii Oct 2003

W & M Law School Came First. Why Care?, W. Taylor Reveley Iii

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.