October 15, 2008
Who Should Teach LRW?
According to Hillel Levin (Georgia), "whatever the model, LRW instructors need to have some basic practice experience. They don't all need to have been litigators, despite the fact that LRW programs usually focus on the litigation context; indeed, given that many (probably most) of our law students will not be litigators, it is important to have instructors with a diverse range of lawyering experiences. But they absolutely must have some practical lawyering experience." Ah, OK. Absolutely not one word about the role of law librarians in teaching LRW in his PrawfsBlawg post. [JH]
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Thanks for the comment. I have a new post up about teaching the research aspect of the LRW program that touches on the role of librarians. Are there schools in which librarians teach the entire LRW program? (The previous post that elicited your blog post was concerned with the identity and credentials of those who teach the entire LRW program.)
Posted by: Hillel Levin | Oct 19, 2008 4:25:53 AM