Friday, August 5, 2011

More scholarship from Iowa's symposium on the future of legal education.

The conference was held last February. Here are the details in case you missed it (press coverage here). And below are some of the articles published by the Iowa Law Review that may be of interest to our readers.

On Becoming a Lawyer by Joel W. Barrows:  View Article.

What Will Our Future Look Like and How Will be Respond? by Michael A. Fitts:  View Article.

The Importance of Student and Faculty Diversity in Law Schools: One Dean’s Perspective by Kevin R. Johnson:  View Article.

The Viability of the Law Degree: Cost, Value, and Intrinsic Worth by Richard A. Matasar: View Article.

The Value of a Law Degree by Dean Cynthia E. NanceView Article.

Seven Principles: Increasing Access to Law School Among Students of Color by Catherine E. Smith:  View Article.

Training the Whole Lawyer by Deanell Reece Tacha:  View Article.

And here's a link to yesterday's post about Professor Ribstein's article Practicing Theory: Legal Education for the Twenty-First Century from the same conference.

Enjoy!

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