November 10, 2011
The Clinical Legal Association is Soliciting Contributions for Follow-up Book to Best Practices in Legal Education
The Clinical Legal Association, Best Practices Implementation Committee is planning a follow-up publication to Best Practices for Legal Education by Roy Stuckey and others. The vision of the book is to build on ideas for implementing best practices, and to develop new theories and ideas on Best Practices for Legal Education. If you are interested in authoring a section for the new publication, contact Professor Deborah Maranville at maran(at)uw.edu or Professor Antoinette Sedillo Lopez at lopez(at)law.unm.edu as soon as possible. Then by Dec. 1, 2011, send one of the profs a 3-5 page abstract identifying the knowledge, skills and values as well as the learning objectives and methodology of your innovative teaching idea. The Editorial Board will meet at the AALS meeting in January to select pieces for inclusion in the book.
Hat tip to Jim Levy at Legal Skills Prof Blog. [JH]