Wednesday, April 6, 2016
As the academic year draws to a close, I would like to congratulate all of us who have completed another year of teaching and supporting our law students. I am pleased to announce a call for submissions for the summer 2016 edition of The Learning Curve, the academic support newsletter for AALS.
We are witnessing an exciting time for law schools. The legal profession is changing. Technology is reshaping teaching and learning. The law student market is becoming ever so more consumer-driven. All of these shifts have implications on our teaching and the reshaping of programs for legal education at law schools nationwide. We would love to hear from you and to help showcase the creative hard work of your teaching and support of our students. Consider writing a short article for The Learning Curve to share your ideas on law teaching and support.
The Learning Curve is a newsletter reporting on issues and ideas for the Association of American Law Schools Section on Academic Support and the general law school academic support community. It shares teaching ideas and early research projects by academic support professionals, bar support professionals, and the law teaching community at large.
Please send your submission to LearningCurveASP@gmail.com by no later than May 15, 2016. Articles should be 500 to 2,000 words in length, with light references, if appropriate, and attached as a Word file. Attached is our most current Winter 2016 issue for reference. We hope to hear from you!
The Learning Curve
Jeremiah A. Ho | 何嘉霖 | 助理教授http://ssrn.com/author=1345542Assistant Professor of LawUniversity of Massachusetts School of Law333 Faunce Corner RoadNorth Dartmouth, MA 02747508.985.1156 • email@example.com