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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 64

February 2015

Number 3

From the Editors (PDF) 363
 

SYMPOSIUM: NURTURING PROFESSIONALISM

Psychology and Effective Lawyering: Insights for Legal Educators (PDF)
by Jean R. Sternlight and Jennifer K. Robbennolt

365

The Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics and the Moral Formation of Lawyers (PDF)
by Eric L. Muller

385

Coming Out in the Classroom: Law Professors, Law Students and Depression (PDF)
by Brian S. Clarke

403

Law Student Plagiarism: Contemporary Challenges and Responses (PDF)
by Robin F. Hansen and Alexandra Anderson

416

Reforming the Law School Curriculum from the Top Down (PDF)
by R. Michael Cassidy

428

ARTICLES

What Courses Should Law Students Take? Lessons from Harvard's BigLaw Survey (PDF)
by John C. Coates IV, Jesse M. Fried and Kathryn E. Spier

443

Technology-Based Experiential Learning: A Transnational Experiment (PDF)
by Tahirih Lee

455

Enhancing Reciprocal Synergies Between Teaching and Scholarship (PDF)
by Ruthann Robson

480

LEGENDS OF THE LEGAL ACADEMY

Paul Steven Miller: A Life of Influence (PDF)
by Michael Waterstone

492

BOOK REVIEWS

For Discrimination: Race, Affirmative Action and the Law--Randall Kennedy (PDF)
Reviewed by Mae Kuykendall

503

My Beloved World--Sonia Sotomayor (PDF)
Reviewed by Lisa Marshall Manheim and Elizabeth G. Porter

511
Storytelling for Lawyers--Philip N. Meyer (PDF)
Reviewed by Marshall Goldberg
515




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