April 24, 2009
Reubinstein on Zeigler's How I Teach
On Adjunct Law Prof Blog, Mitchell Rubinstein (St. John's and New York Law School) reviews Donald Zeigler's (NYLS) How I Teach (2008). Rubinstein writes "when I started teaching, I was not given any reference material. Frankly, I believe that this is because there is not much good material about the art of law school teaching-that is until now. This book can be very helpful to new law professors (both full time and adjunct). More experienced profs can benefits from it as well. Law Schools should seriously consider providing copies to their faculty." Check out Rubinstein's review.
Perhaps academic law libraries should include copies in their adjunct and new full-time law prof handouts. How I Teach is published by Tribeca Square Press, the publishing arm of New York Law School. Single copy price is $9.95, plus shipping/handling. There’s a 20% discount for sales of 10 copies or more. The book can be purchased by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. [JH]
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