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Spring 2018 Magazine, 2018 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Spring 2018 Magazine

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Educating The New Lawyer: Teaching Lawyers To Offer Unbundled And Other Client-Centric Services, Forrest S. Mosten, Julie Macfarlane, Elizabeth Potter Scully 2018 Penn State Dickinson Law

Educating The New Lawyer: Teaching Lawyers To Offer Unbundled And Other Client-Centric Services, Forrest S. Mosten, Julie Macfarlane, Elizabeth Potter Scully

Dickinson Law Review

In this article, Forrest Mosten and Julie Macfarlane build a new bridge in their 30-year professional relationship by linking their separate but complementary work in access to legal services, helping the self-represented litigant (“SRL”), transforming the lawyer from gladiator to problem-solver and conflict resolver, and using interdisciplinary team triage in Collaborative Law and preventive conflict wellness to better serve the public. The New Lawyer and Unbundled Legal Services are independent concepts that the three co-authors link in proposing new topics (including the concept of Legal Coaching, which is evolving from the unbundled model) and pedagogical approaches to teaching law students ...


Utah’S Online Dispute Resolution Program, Deno Himonas 2018 Penn State Dickinson Law

Utah’S Online Dispute Resolution Program, Deno Himonas

Dickinson Law Review

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Pro Se Appellants: Opportunities For Law Libraries, Liz Reppe 2018 Penn State Dickinson Law

Pro Se Appellants: Opportunities For Law Libraries, Liz Reppe

Dickinson Law Review

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To Dress For Dinner: Teaching Law In A Bureaucratic Age, John Henry Schlegel 2018 University at Buffalo School of Law

To Dress For Dinner: Teaching Law In A Bureaucratic Age, John Henry Schlegel

Journal Articles

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Law Library Blog (April 2018): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School of Law 2018 Roger Williams University

Law Library Blog (April 2018): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

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93rd Henry M. Campbell Moot Court Competition Final Round, University of Michigan Law School 2018 University of Michigan Law School

93rd Henry M. Campbell Moot Court Competition Final Round, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the 2018 Moot Court Competition, Final Round.


Vol. 54, No. 10 (March 26, 2018), 2018 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Vol. 54, No. 10 (March 26, 2018)

Indiana Law Annotated

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Presenting A Critical Perspective On “Economic Efficiency” In Law And Economics Courses, Gregory Crespi 2018 Southern Methodist University

Presenting A Critical Perspective On “Economic Efficiency” In Law And Economics Courses, Gregory Crespi

SMU Law Review

“Law and Economics” courses are sometimes criticized for inadequately explaining the normative criterion of “economic efficiency” and then applying this criterion throughout the course in a superficial and biased manner that pejoratively labels most governmental market interventions and wealth redistribution measures as inefficient. These criticisms have merit, and in this article I point out a number of conceptual problems, empirical difficulties, and normative shortcomings of the economic efficiency criterion that students need to understand in order to be able to effectively counter policy arguments that rest upon dubious efficiency assessments.

The eight specific shortcomings of the economic efficiency criterion that ...


Harris, Henry Thornton, 1831-1899 (Sc 3197), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2018 Western Kentucky University

Harris, Henry Thornton, 1831-1899 (Sc 3197), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3197. Miscellaneous papers related to Henry T. Harris, a lawyer of Lincoln County, Kentucky. Includes an invitation to “Bachelor’s Hall,” an article written for the Saturday Evening Post, a short note to an aunt written from “awful Niagara,” a flyer for Montrose Law College, Frankfort, Kentucky, and an exterior sketch of the Law College building with rooms identified. Also includes poems, recipes, a trade card for Louisville’s Alexander House, a sample print strip from a telegraph machine, and genealogical data.


Vol. 54, No. 09 (March 19, 2018), 2018 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Vol. 54, No. 09 (March 19, 2018)

Indiana Law Annotated

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Associates Firm Expectations, Michael R. Fayhee 2018 McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Associates Firm Expectations, Michael R. Fayhee

Event Materials

PowerPoint presentation given at the event, The Value Proposition: Changing Roles of Law Firm Associates at the University of Michigan Law School.


Click Here: Externship Data Management Tools To Increase Productivity (And Promote Sanity), Jodi S. Balsam, Lauren N. Donald, Carolyn Young Larmore, Sarah Shalf 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Click Here: Externship Data Management Tools To Increase Productivity (And Promote Sanity), Jodi S. Balsam, Lauren N. Donald, Carolyn Young Larmore, Sarah Shalf

Externships (X) Conferences

The most significant challenge externship programs face is “insufficient administrative support,” followed closely by “other demands on the faculty’s time,” according to the CSALE survey. And the pressure is only getting worse. The increased record keeping requirements of Standard 304(c), increased student participation due to the ABA’s 6-credit experiential learning requirement and new paid externship positions, plus the ever-present pressure of tight budgets, together are driving the need to find innovative approaches to these mounting administrative burdens.

For many of us, the answer to these challenges is finding online data management tools that can manage vast amounts ...


Improv & Internships: Using Improvisation Techniques To Teach Vital Lawyering Skills, Leah Young, Alison Lintal 2018 Penn State Dickinson Law

Improv & Internships: Using Improvisation Techniques To Teach Vital Lawyering Skills, Leah Young, Alison Lintal

Externships (X) Conferences

How students choose to collaborate and communicate can have a significant impact on the outcome of a workplace project as well as their legal career. Additionally, the importance of face-to-face communication, body posture, and learning to interpret body language cues is crucial for building professional relationships. Through these interactive exercises, students get the opportunity to practice responses in a setting that fosters student development and growth. Furthermore, improvisation provides the legal profession with tools that can be used to enhance communication, active listening, collaboration, agility, trust, authenticity, and resilience.

An important emphasis in externship courses is a focus on cultivation ...


Seize The Data! Using Evidence From Externship Courses To Measure Law School Learning Outcomes, Christine Zellar Church, Robert L. Jones Jr., Kendall L. Kerew, Kelly S. Terry 2018 Western Michigan University, Cooley Law School

Seize The Data! Using Evidence From Externship Courses To Measure Law School Learning Outcomes, Christine Zellar Church, Robert L. Jones Jr., Kendall L. Kerew, Kelly S. Terry

Externships (X) Conferences

With the adoption of ABA Standards 302 and 315, law schools are now required to establish institutional learning outcomes for their graduates and measure whether their graduates are achieving competency in those outcomes. Given this mandate, all law schools will need to determine the best method to measure whether they are meeting these articulated outcomes. This session will focus on the role that clinical education and externships, specifically, can have in the assessment of institutional learning outcomes. The goal of the session is to provide attendees with guidance on the role that student performance data from externship courses can play ...


Teaching The Tough Stuff: The Opportunities And Challenges In Teaching Implicit Bias, Diversity And Inclusion To Supervising Attorneys, Kinda Abdus-Saboor, Gillian Dutton, Rachel Reeves, Marjorie Silver 2018 Georgia State University College of Law

Teaching The Tough Stuff: The Opportunities And Challenges In Teaching Implicit Bias, Diversity And Inclusion To Supervising Attorneys, Kinda Abdus-Saboor, Gillian Dutton, Rachel Reeves, Marjorie Silver

Externships (X) Conferences

We entrust supervising attorneys with the critical responsibility of providing law students with a meaningful experiential learning experience. Supervising attorneys ultimately control the nature of work students receive, the delivery of feedback, and the work environment that the student inhabits. Thus, it is vital that we equip our supervising attorneys with the basic skills necessary to navigate student supervision effectively. Among those basic skills is the ability to traverse the cross-cultural complexities inherent in working with students whose cultural identities may differ from the supervising attorney. Equally important are the cross-cultural issues that may arise among students and the clients ...


Building The Whole Lawyer: Preparing Students For Entry-Level Success, Courtney Brooks, Jeff White, Nicole Killoran, Beth Locker 2018 University of New Hampshire School of Law

Building The Whole Lawyer: Preparing Students For Entry-Level Success, Courtney Brooks, Jeff White, Nicole Killoran, Beth Locker

Externships (X) Conferences

What competencies best assure entry level success for new legal professionals? Survey feedback from more than 24,000 hiring professionals offers solid guidance. The survey was conducted by Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers, an initiative of the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System and published in 2016 as Foundations for Practice: The Whole Lawyer and The Character Quotient (FFP). The authors found “characteristics (such as integrity and trustworthiness, conscientiousness, and common sense) as well as professional competencies (such as listening attentively, speaking and writing, and arriving on time), were far more important in brand new lawyers than legal ...


Using Instructional Design To Improve Student Learning, Gregory S. Sergienko 2018 Concordia University School of Law

Using Instructional Design To Improve Student Learning, Gregory S. Sergienko

Greg Sergienko

Categorizations of knowledge and skills have different purposes. Robert Gagne's classification, which we use here, organizes types of learning according to the mental processes involved in performing them. The best practices for teaching knowledge or skills in a particular category are similar, whether the knowledge being taught is torts, contracts, or electrical engineering. For law teachers, the practical advantage of this classification is that it allows us to identify successful learning techniques from other subjects and adapt them to law teaching, rather than starting from scratch and developing and testing our own techniques. A second advantage of classifying types ...


New Modes Of Assessment, Gregory S. Sergienko 2018 Concordia University School of Law

New Modes Of Assessment, Gregory S. Sergienko

Greg Sergienko

The traditional and dominant mode of formal assessment in law schools is an essay examination administered at the end of the semester. Unfortunately, the essay exam is prone to inaccuracies, some of which can be balanced by other forms of assessment. In addition, essay exams are extremely burdensome to grade.

The purpose of this Article is to call attention to a variety of alternatives to this traditional format that are more accurate and less burdensome than traditional essay exams. Increasing accuracy makes it possible to determine whether the instruction has been effective, allowing the instructor to address areas of weakness ...


Spring Break In Puerto Rico: Helping Hurricane Victims 3-7-2018, Michael M. Bowden 2018 Roger Williams University School of Law

Spring Break In Puerto Rico: Helping Hurricane Victims 3-7-2018, Michael M. Bowden

Life of the Law School (1993- )

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