Friday, May 31, 2013
UMKC moves to a directorless format
The University of Missouri at Kansas City has joined the trend toward directorless legal writing programs. Like professors in other fields, UMKC's writing faculty, whose combined experience totals more that 60 years, will now be autonomous. The former director, Wanda Temm (pictured at right), says this change will allow them “to be even more creative and innovative” in their teaching.