Saturday, February 2, 2008
A recently published article discusses whether law students do better on exams when they are given the opportunity to practice beforehand, via writing exercises and other techniques. The not-so-surprising answer is “Yes.” For details, see Andrea A. Curcio, Gregory Todd Jones, & Tanya M. Washington, Developing an Empirical Model to Test Whether Required Writing Exercises or Other Changes in Large-Section Law Class Teaching Methodologies Result in Improved Exam Performance, 57 J. Legal Educ. 195 (2007).