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Justiciability Of State Law School Segregation Claims, Will Stancil, Jim Hilbert Jan 2018

Justiciability Of State Law School Segregation Claims, Will Stancil, Jim Hilbert

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

No abstract provided.


Charter Schools And School Desegregation Law, Will Stancil Jan 2018

Charter Schools And School Desegregation Law, Will Stancil

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

No abstract provided.


Bridging The Divide Between Assessment And Accreditation, Docia L. Rudley Jan 2018

Bridging The Divide Between Assessment And Accreditation, Docia L. Rudley

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


Learning Outcomes And Performance In Medical School: Programmatic Assessment At Nyu School Of Medicine, Colleen Gillespie Phd, Sondra Zabar Md, Adina Kalet Md, Mph Jan 2018

Learning Outcomes And Performance In Medical School: Programmatic Assessment At Nyu School Of Medicine, Colleen Gillespie Phd, Sondra Zabar Md, Adina Kalet Md, Mph

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


Reflections On Identifying And Mapping Learning Competencies And Outcomes: What Do We Want Law Students To Learn?, Margaret Martin Barry Jan 2018

Reflections On Identifying And Mapping Learning Competencies And Outcomes: What Do We Want Law Students To Learn?, Margaret Martin Barry

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


Legal Education And The Civil Law System, Rodrigo Sadi Jan 2018

Legal Education And The Civil Law System, Rodrigo Sadi

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Uneasy History Of Experiential Education In U.S. Law Schools, Peter A. Joy Jan 2018

The Uneasy History Of Experiential Education In U.S. Law Schools, Peter A. Joy

Dickinson Law Review

This article explores the history of legal education, particularly the rise of experiential learning and its importance. In the early years of legal education in the United States, law schools devalued the development of practical skills in students, and many legal educators viewed practical experience in prospective faculty as a “taint.” This article begins with a brief history of these early years and how legal education subsequently evolved with greater involvement of the American Bar Association (ABA). With involvement of the ABA came a call for greater uniformity in legal education and guidelines to help law schools establish criteria for ...


The Right To Education: An Analysis Through The Lens Of The Deontological Method Of Immanuel Kant, Kavana Ramaswamy Jan 2018

The Right To Education: An Analysis Through The Lens Of The Deontological Method Of Immanuel Kant, Kavana Ramaswamy

Northwestern Journal of Human Rights

The framework of categorical imperatives is one of the most famous deontological theories of rights that have been formulated. The framework has often been used to justify human rights policies all over the world. While they have been subject to several criticisms over the last two centuries, some of these include improvements to the original framework. This paper analyses the framework of the categorical imperatives and suggest certain modifications to improve internal coherence.

The paper then seeks to apply this framework to the right to education, a right that is under fire in the conservatively-charged political arena today. This is ...


Aggressive Policing And The Educational Performance Of Minority Youth, Joscha Legewie, Jeffrey A. Fagan Jan 2018

Aggressive Policing And The Educational Performance Of Minority Youth, Joscha Legewie, Jeffrey A. Fagan

Faculty Scholarship

An increasing number of minority youth are confronted with the criminal justice system. But how does the expansion of police presence in poor urban communities affect educational outcomes? Previous research points at multiple mechanisms with opposing effects. This article presents the first causal evidence of the impact of aggressive policing on the educational performance of minority youth. Under Operation Impact, the New York Police Department (NYPD) saturated high crime areas with additional police officers with the mission to engage in aggressive, order maintenance policing. To estimate the effect, we use administrative data from about 250,000 adolescents aged 9 to ...