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Summer 2016, 2016 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Summer 2016

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User Surveys: Libraries Ask, "Hey, How Am I Doing?", Dwight B. King 2016 Notre Dame Law School

User Surveys: Libraries Ask, "Hey, How Am I Doing?", Dwight B. King

Dwight King

Mr. King offers suggestions on how to create and use surveys effectively to assess the quality of a library.


Profiling Minority Law Librarians: A Report On The 1992-93 Survey, Dwight B. King, Rhea A-L Ballard, Helena Lai, Grace M. Mills 2016 Notre Dame Law School

Profiling Minority Law Librarians: A Report On The 1992-93 Survey, Dwight B. King, Rhea A-L Ballard, Helena Lai, Grace M. Mills

Dwight King

The authors present a demographic and professional profile of AALL minority law librarian members based upon responses to a detailed survey that elicited information about work experience and skills, professional activities and participation, and career aspirations. The results lead the authors to suggest some recruitment strategies to increase diversity in law librarianship and the level of minority participation in AALL.


Profiling Minority Law Librarians: A Report On The 1992-93 Survey, Dwight B. King, Rhea A-L Ballard, Helena Lai, Grace M. Mills 2016 Notre Dame Law School

Profiling Minority Law Librarians: A Report On The 1992-93 Survey, Dwight B. King, Rhea A-L Ballard, Helena Lai, Grace M. Mills

Dwight King

The authors present a demographic and professional profile of AALL minority law librarian members based upon responses to a detailed survey that elicited information about work experience and skills, professional activities and participation, and career aspirations. The results lead the authors to suggest some recruitment strategies to increase diversity in law librarianship and the level of minority participation in AALL.


Profiling Minority Law Librarians: An Update, Dwight B. King, Rhea Ballard-Thrower, Grace M. Mills 2016 Notre Dame Law School

Profiling Minority Law Librarians: An Update, Dwight B. King, Rhea Ballard-Thrower, Grace M. Mills

Dwight King

This is a 2007 update of a survey of minority law librarians first conducted in 1992. It offers a recent profile of our minority colleagues, enabling one to see how things have changed - or remained the same - over the course of fifteen years.


"A Day In My Law Library Life," Circa 1997, Dwight B. King, Frank G. Houdek 2016 Notre Dame Law School

"A Day In My Law Library Life," Circa 1997, Dwight B. King, Frank G. Houdek

Dwight King

Contributors describe their lives as law librarians by recounting what they did during a single day at their jobs. Given the wide range of positions and libraries represented by the authors, the pieces collectively represent a snapshot - and a historical record - of the law library profession in 1997.


Commencement Program 2016, Golden Gate University School of Law 2016 Golden Gate University School of Law

Commencement Program 2016, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Commencement

The commencement program for the class of 2016.


Newsroom: Rwu Law Celebrates Commencement 2016 5-13-16, Roger Williams University School of Law 2016 Roger Williams University

Newsroom: Rwu Law Celebrates Commencement 2016 5-13-16, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Life of the Law School (1993- )

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Improving Law School For Trans And Gender Nonconforming Students: Suggestions For Faculty, Gabriel Arkles 2016 Northeastern University

Improving Law School For Trans And Gender Nonconforming Students: Suggestions For Faculty, Gabriel Arkles

Gabriel Arkles

Creating accessible, nondiscriminatory, and effective law school experiences for trans and gender nonconforming students requires commitment and willingness to change. Many everyday classroom practices and longstanding university policies created with the best of intentions can harm trans and gender nonconforming students because they are based on inaccurate assumptions about gender. Partly because of these policies and practices, relatively few openly trans and gender nonconforming people hold positions — especially the most powerful and prestigious positions — as faculty, staff, or students in law schools. Fortunately, more and more trans and gender nonconforming people are entering law schools and many cisgender people want ...


Institutionalizing Legal Innovation: The (Re)Emergence Of The Law Lab, Martha F. Davis 2016 Northeastern University

Institutionalizing Legal Innovation: The (Re)Emergence Of The Law Lab, Martha F. Davis

Martha F. Davis

As the terrain for legal education shifts, law schools are looking across disciplines for new approaches to legal education, with a number of law schools recently establishing “law labs.” This article examines this new law lab movement, with a particular focus on the subset of legal innovation labs. Law labs were originally proposed as part of the legal realist-era law clinic movement, and there are many parallels between law labs and traditional clinics. For example, both law labs and clinics borrow terminology and specific methodologies from the sciences, particularly medicine, and both arise in reaction to the entrenched case method ...


Marx At The Gold Coast: Reflections On Teaching And The Confrontation With Ideology, Allan Ardill 2016 Griffith Law School

Marx At The Gold Coast: Reflections On Teaching And The Confrontation With Ideology, Allan Ardill

Class, Race and Corporate Power

This article engages with Marx in Miami and the strategies and pedagogical experiences of teaching Marx and Marxism. It relates the experience of teaching Marxism in a compulsory law course at the Gold Coast, Australia. Marx rarely makes an appearance in law schools and this poses particular challenges when it is taught to politically conservative students. Therefore the article supplies a case for teaching Marx arguing why it is not just appropriate for lawyers but irresponsible to exclude it.


Senior Day 2016, University of Michigan Law School 2016 University of Michigan Law School

Senior Day 2016, University Of Michigan Law School

Commencement and Honors Materials

Program for the May 6, 2016 University of Michigan Law School Senior Day


Collected Works, May 6, 2016, University of Michigan Law School 2016 University of Michigan Law School

Collected Works, May 6, 2016, University Of Michigan Law School

Newsletters

Collected Works is a summary of faculty activities, publications, and news that has been collected in the last two weeks. Collected Works comprises information culled from a variety of sources, but most heavily relies on information submitted directly by faculty.


Dean's Desk: New Faculty Continue Legacy Of Legal Scholarship, Austen Parrish 2016 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Dean's Desk: New Faculty Continue Legacy Of Legal Scholarship, Austen Parrish

Austen Parrish (2014-)

No abstract provided.


It's Alive! Breathing New Life Into Old Topics, Olympia Duhart, Amanda Foster, Hugh Mundy 2016 Selected Works

It's Alive! Breathing New Life Into Old Topics, Olympia Duhart, Amanda Foster, Hugh Mundy

Hugh Mundy

No abstract provided.


Answering The Call: Flipping The Classroom To Prepare Practice-Ready Attorneys, Alex Berrio Matamoros 2016 CUNY School of Law

Answering The Call: Flipping The Classroom To Prepare Practice-Ready Attorneys, Alex Berrio Matamoros

Alex Berrio Matamoros

In the rough and changing landscape of the legal job market, legal employers have called on law schools to prepare more “practice ready” attorneys — newly minted lawyers with better honed practical skills than the first year associates of the past. The increasing emphasis on legal skills sheds light on an interesting paradox within legal education; in legal skills courses, those that best lend themselves to active learning exercises, instructors fill valuable classroom time with passive lectures to convey the related theory and best practices. Recently, several legal skills instructors have adopted a flipped classroom model to remedy this paradox by ...


2016 Annual Report For Digital Commons: The Legal Scholarship Repository @ Golden Gate University School Of Law, Janet Fischer 2016 Golden Gate University School of Law

2016 Annual Report For Digital Commons: The Legal Scholarship Repository @ Golden Gate University School Of Law, Janet Fischer

Annual Reports

Digital Commons: The Legal Scholarship Repository @ Golden Gate University School of Law, or, simply, DC@GGULaw, is the institutional repository for the law school’s intellectual work and contributions to the field of law, whether produced by faculty, students, centers or conferences. This report highlights the major accomplishments of DC@GGULaw from May, 2015 through April, 2016.


The Teaching Of International Law, Myres S. McDougal 2016 Yale Law School

The Teaching Of International Law, Myres S. Mcdougal

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


The Teaching Of International Law, Edward McWhinney 2016 Institut de Droit International

The Teaching Of International Law, Edward Mcwhinney

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


The Teaching Of International Law, Ian Brownlie 2016 University of Oxford

The Teaching Of International Law, Ian Brownlie

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


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