Sunday, October 21, 2018
Louis Schulze will be joining the Blog as a regular guest blogger over the coming months. We are excited that he will be joining us in this capacity. If you have not previously had the pleasure of meeting Louise at AASE, AALS, or other conferences, here is some information about him:
Louis Schulze is Assistant Dean and Professor of Academic Support at Florida International University College of Law. He and his colleague Prof. Raul Ruiz run the law school's Academic Excellence Program, in which Louis teaches academic support and Raul directs the bar preparation program. FIU Law's students have placed first in bar passage rate in five of the last six Florida bar exams. Dean Schulze teaches Introduction to the Study of Law, Legal Reasoning, and Legal Analysis. His scholarly work focuses on the potential impact of educational psychology and cognitive science on legal education. A few of his articles can be found HERE and HERE.
Dean Schulze has lectured to students and presented scholarly works at law schools across the country, including Columbia Law School and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He has served on the executive committees of the AALS Section on Academic Support, the Association of Academic Support Educators, and the AALS Section on Empirical Studies of Legal Education and the Legal Profession. He is happy to talk to anyone who will listen about the Boston Bruins, New England Patriots, and Boston Red Sox.