Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The new issue of the Learning Curve is out now and available here.

The Learning Curve, a publication of the AALS Section on Academic Support, has just released its Winter 2014 edition.  This issue focuses on helping students with their "professional development."  Check out the table of contents below or better yet click here to get the full issue. 

THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ISSUE

Letter from the Editors, Jennifer Carr

1

Developing a Scholarly Agenda - One Safe Picture, One Art Picture, Kimberly Holst

2

The Mad Men of Law School: The ASP Professional’s Challenge, Margaret McCann

4

The Role of ASP in Developing Students’ Professional Identity, L.O. Natt Gantt, II, & Gloria A. Whittico

6

Writing Outside the (Law School) Box: Collaborating on Writing Projects, Rebecca Flanagan

10

Do as I Say, Not as I Do: Maintaining the Foundation of Strong Individual Professional Development, O.J. Salinas

12

Lessons from My Scholarship Journey, Robert F. Somers

15

Returning to the Basics: Rethinking the Meaning of “Practice” in Law School, Reichi Lee

17

The Writing Process and ASP’ers, Amy L. Jarmon

19

Two IS Company: Pro-ducing Joint Scholarship, Mary Ann Robinson & Alison D. Kehner

20

Welcome to ASP: How Hiring and Training Peer Mentors Aids Profession-al Development, DeShun Harris

  21

  Hat tip to Professor Robin Boyle.

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