Tuesday, August 12, 2008

It takes a village ...

Melissamarlowsiu Professor Melissa Marlowe, who teaches Lawyering Skills at Southern Illinois University and also assists with some of the academic support work, has published an article that synthesizes elegantly many of the problems of U.S. legal education today:  It Takes a Village to Solve the Problems in Legal Education:  Every Faculty Member's Role in Academic Support, 30 University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 489 (2008).  This article may be of particular interest for those who teach legal writing at schools that do not emphasize all the professors' commitment to teaching, at schools where legal writing is viewed as the "home room" class, or at schools where legal writing professors are the de facto academic support system.



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