Friday, January 20, 2006

humanizing law school

Quite a few legal writing professors are involved in a movement within legal education called "humanizing legal education."  The aim of this movement is to counter the disillusionment and personal disengagement that many law students experience during their legal education, in an effort to do something about the alarming statistics on law student and lawyer job dissatisfaction, depression, and substance abuse.  Professor Larry Krieger (Florida State) has an excellent website, with resources for both law students and law professors:

http://www.law.fsu.edu/academic_programs/humanizing_lawschool/humanizing_lawschool.html

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