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From The Horse’S Mouth: What Research And Other Lawyering Competencies Do New Law Graduates Need To Be Successful?, Virginia C. Thomas Oct 2019

From The Horse’S Mouth: What Research And Other Lawyering Competencies Do New Law Graduates Need To Be Successful?, Virginia C. Thomas

Library Scholarly Publications

Insights from a diverse group of accomplished legal professionals addressing the questions: What are the research and other lawyering skills that new lawyers need to be successful in the profession? What competencies are expected of them in different areas of practice?


The Structure And Evolution Of The Academic Discipline Of Law In The United States: Generation And Validation Of Course-Subject Co-Occurrence (Csco) Maps, Peter A. Hook Jul 2014

The Structure And Evolution Of The Academic Discipline Of Law In The United States: Generation And Validation Of Course-Subject Co-Occurrence (Csco) Maps, Peter A. Hook

School of Information Sciences Faculty Research Publications

This dissertation proposes, exemplifies, and validates the usage of course-subject co-occurrence (CSCO) data to generate topic maps of an academic discipline. CSCO is defined as course-subjects taught in the same academic year by the same teacher. This work is premised on the assumption that in the aggregate and for reasons of efficiency, faculty members teach course-subjects that are topically similar to one another. To exemplify and validate CSCO, more than 112,000 CSCO events were extracted from the annual directories of the American Association of Law Schools covering nearly eighty years of law school teaching in the United States. The ...