Tuesday, April 30, 2013

New Issue of “The Law Teacher"

The Spring 2013 issue of “The Law Teacher” is out. It’s the publication of the well-regarded Institute for Law Teaching and Learning. Here’s the table of contents:

Remember the Water Buffalo........................... 1

Book Review: David Nadvorney and Deborah

Zalesne, Teaching to Every Student:

Explicitly Integrating Skills and Theory

in the Contracts Class.................................. 3

Old Professor Tricks............................................. 4

The Supreme Court Conference Room:

Legal Writing as Legal Process.......................... 5

Infusing Ethics into the Legal Writing

Curriculum—and Beyond.............................. 7

Book Review: How Children Succeed:

Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of

Character............................................................ 8

It’s OK to Leave Law School............................. 10

Crossword Puzzle................................................ 11

Eliminating the Blackacre Opportunity Cost:

Using Real-World “Targeted Fact

Environments” in First-Year

LR&W Courses.................................................... 13

Reflection, Reality, and a Real Audience: Ideas

from the Clinic..................................................... 15

Beyond the Legal Classroom: Leveraging

Major Local Events to Engage Students and

Further an Interdisciplinary Approach to the

Study of Law................................................... 17

Teaching Statute Reading Basics in a First Year

Doctrinal Course: A Handout and Suggested

Classroom Exercises....................................... 18

Law School Communities “Saving Social

Security”— Imparting the Intangibles of

Practice Readiness.......................................... 21

Report from South Korea: My Experience

Teaching Law Students at Seoul National

University......................................................... 23

Passion is Necessary, Compassion is Priceless:

A Message to the Clinical Law Student..... 25

Introducing Students to Free On-line Legal

Research Resources: An Interactive Class..... 26

Happily Ever After: Providing Students With

Epilogues for Cautionary Tales................... 28

Developing Classroom Authenticity: “Big

Talk” Format.................................................... 29

Adding a Standardized Assessment Exercise to

the Legal Writing Toolbox............................ 31

On the Importance of Subtle Distinctions: A

Short Exercise in Close Reading and Critical

Thinking........................................................... 33

Blogging: Reflection Spurs

Students Forward........................................... 34

Classroom Justice: Beyond Paper-Chase

Pedagogy.......................................................... 35

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