Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Digital Companion to Practically Grounded Conference Now Available

For those of you who missed the Practically Grounded conference this Spring, or for those of you who just want a refresher, the on-line companion is now available from the Pace Environmental Law Review. The following articles are available:

Teaching Intrapersonal Intelligence as a Lawyering Skill: Introducing Values Systems into the Environmental Law Syllabus
Michael Burger

Now We're Cooking!: Adding Practical Application to the Recipe for Teaching Sustainability
Jonathan Rosenbloom

Academic Research and Writing as Best Practices in a "Practically Grounded" Land Use Course
Matthew J. Festa

Teaching from the Dirt: Best Practices and Land Use Law Pedagogy
Keith H. Hirokawa

Distributed Graduate Seminars: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Studying Land Conservation
Jessica Owley and Adena R. Rissman

They Do Teach That in Law School: Incorporating Best Practices into Land Use Law
Patricia E. Salkin

Alternative Learning Formats in a Land Use Seminar
Michael Lewyn

Learning in Context: Land Use and Community Lawyering
Andrea McArdle

Values as Part of the Clinical Experience
Jamie Baker Roskie

For a full list of the conference sessions and presenters, the brochure is still available on-line here.

Jamie Baker Roskie


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