Best Practices for Legal Education

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Law professor-bloggers exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions concerning the future of legal education. Posts also cover news from the Association of American Law Schools.

Author: Editor Mary Lynch is a professor at Albany Law School. Among the other contributors are Andi Curcio, a law professor at Georgia State University; Jill Engle, a law professor at Pennsylvania State University; Margaret Moore Jackson, a law professor at the University of North Dakota; Deborah Maranville, a law professor at the University of Washington; Paula Schaefer, a law professor at the University of Tennessee; and Irene M. Scharf, a law professor at the University of Massachusetts.

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Recent Posts from Best Practices for Legal Education

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