Friday, November 9, 2018
The Florida International University Law Review has just published a special issue devoted to the Decanal view of legal education featuring articles by at least four law school deans offering opinions on everything from the current state of legal skills training to the future of legal education. Below is the table of contents for this special issue including links to pdfs of the full articles.
- Tawia B. Ansah, Introduction, 13 FIU L. Rev. 195, 195 (2018), https://ecollections.law.fiu.edu/lawreview/vol13/iss2/4/.
- Daniel B. Rodriguez, Legal Education and Its Innovations, 13 FIU L. Rev. 195, 199 (2018), https://ecollections.law.fiu.edu/lawreview/vol13/iss2/5/.
- Erwin Chemerinsky, Reflections on the Future of Legal Education, 13 FIU L. Rev. 195, 215 (2018), https://ecollections.law.fiu.edu/lawreview/vol13/iss2/6/.
- Eduard M. Peñalver, The Role of Skills Instruction in Legal Education, 13 FIU L. Rev. 195, 229 (2018), https://ecollections.law.fiu.edu/lawreview/vol13/iss2/7/.
- Dane Stuhlsatz, Comment, Florida’s Certificate of Need: A Prescription for Government-Private Collusion and Antitrust Violation, 13 FIU L. Rev. 195, 241 (2018),https://ecollections.law.fiu.edu/lawreview/vol13/iss2/8/.
- Michael Pego, Comment, The Delusion of Amateurism in College Sports: Why Scholarship Student Athletes Are Destined to Be Considered “Employees” under the NLRA, 13 FIU L. Rev. 195, 277 (2018), https://ecollections.law.fiu.edu/lawreview/vol13/iss2/9/.