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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Teaching Practical Skills in Land Use Courses

The new volume of the Pace Environmental Law Review runs a series of articles on teaching practical skills in Land Use classes.  Property profs may particularly enjoy:


Matt Festa's, Academic Research and Writing as Best Practices in a "Practically Grounded" Land Use Course

Keith Hirokawa's, Teaching from the Dirt: Best Practices and Land Use Law Pedagogy,

Patricia Salkin's, They Do Teach That in Law School: Incorporating Best Practices into Land Use Law

Michael Lewyn's, Alternative Learning Formats in a Land Use Seminar

Andrea McArdle's, Learning in Context: Land Use and Community Lawyering

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