Wednesday, December 5, 2012
This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts which engage with innovation in the field of legal education. Legal education is moving from a century or more of relative stability in form and content to a time of rapid challenge, innovation, and change. While technology, economic pressures, globalization, and the changing nature of practice and government all have a role in sparking this innovation, changes in theory and practice are also sweeping through education more generally. Furthermore, our understanding of the nature of law is developing in ways that challenge our teaching. The eJournal INNOVATION IN LEGAL EDUCATION provides a forum for looking beyond the traditional dialog of legal educators and into areas of real innovation and change. It will accept working papers, essays, published articles, experimental and research reports, and other scholarly treatments of topics at the cutting edge of developments in the teaching and study of law.
Sponsored by: The Center for Legal Innovation at the Vermont Law School.