Monday, October 18, 2010

What Does the LWI Have to Say to the ABA Standards Review Committee?

The Legal Writing Institute is an organization of nearly 2,700 legal writing professionals, most of whom work in U.S. law schools.  The LWI has just submitted its views to the American Bar Association on the draft on measuring outcomes in law schools.  Would you like to see what the LWI had to say?  Click here for a copy of the letter that the LWI sent today to the ABA Section on Legal Education.  Download LWI_Letter_to_ABA_re_outcome_measures

Hat tip to LWI President Ken Chestek.

And click here to see letter submitted to the ABA on September 30, 2010 by ALWD, the Association of Legal Writing Directors.

(mew)

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