Tuesday, May 2, 2006

recommended reading

Among the reading you might put on your list to look forward to after grading: 

Iangallacher Ian Gallacher, Forty-two:  The Hitchhiker's Guide to Teaching Legal Research to the Google Generation, 39 Akron Law Review 151 (2006).

Professor Gallacher looks at the way legal research is currently taught at U.S. law schools and then makes some suggestions for improvement, including a surprisingly innovative approach.  He takes a refreshing, new perspective frequently in this article.

Oh, and if you don't understand the title of his article, that makes two things you need to read when you finish grading.

(spl)

 

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There's a typo in the URL. It should be: http://www.law.syr.edu/faculty/facultymember.asp?fac=136

Posted by: David Raeker-Jordan | May 4, 2006 3:30:45 AM

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