Monday, September 2, 2013

Recent Dayton Law Review issue is devoted to legal writing

The following articles appeared in a recent University of Dayton Law Review issue devoted to legal Dayton law rev writing:

Rita Barnett-Rose. Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: How Using "Recycled" Simulations in an LRW Course Benefits Students, LRW Professors, and the Relevant Global Community.

Lindsey P Gustafson, Blawgs Can't Do It All: Let's Save Short, Student-Authored Scholarship.

Alison Donahue Kehner, & Mary Ann Robinson, Mission: Impossible, Mission: Accomplished or Mission: Underway? A Survey and Analysis of Current Trends in Professionalism Education in American Law Schools.

Ellie Margolis & Kristen E. Murray, Say Goodbye to the Books: Information Literacy as the New Legal Research Paradigm.

Micah L. Berman, Michael Freiberg & Julie Ralston Aoki, From Fenway Park to the Mall of America: A Multi-Collaborative Approach to Teaching and Learning.

Michael D. Murray, For The Love of Parentheticals: The Story of Parenthetical Usage in Synthesis, Rhetoric, Economics, and Narrative Reasoning.

Jacob M. Carpenter, Unique Problems and Creative Solutions to Assessing Learning Outcomes in Transactional Drafting Courses: Overcoming "The Form Book Problem."

To read more about these intriguing topics, see 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 1-223 (2012). 


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