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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 64

August 2014

Number 1

From the Editors (PDF) 1
 

ARTICLES

Is There a Remedy for the Irrelevance of Academic Criminal Law? (PDF)
by Franklin E. Zimring

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The Pedagogy of Rape Law: Objectivity, Identity and Emotion (PDF)
by Jennifer M. Denbow

16

The Experiential Sabbatical (PDF)
by Martin H. Pritikin

33

The Value of Variety in Teaching: A Professor's Guide (PDF)
by Heather Garretson, Tonya Krause-Phelan, Jane Siegel and Kara Zech Thelen

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AT THE LECTERN

Blended Learning: A Flipped Classroom Experiment (PDF)
by William R. Slomanson

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At the [Other Side of the] Lectern (PDF)
by Emily Grant

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SYMPOSIUM

Teaching The Wire: Integrating Capstone Policy Content into the Criminal Law Curriculum (PDF)
by Roger A. Fairfax, Jr

109

Teaching The Wire: Crime, Evidence and Kids (PDF)
by Andrea L. Dennis

111

HBO's The Wire and Criminal Procedure: A Match Made in Heaven (PDF)
by Brian R. Gallini

114

The Wire as a Gap-Filling Class on Criminal Law and Procedure (PDF)
by Adam M. Gershowitz

117

Teaching Fiction?: The Wire as a Pedagogical Tool in the Examination of Punishment Theory (PDF)
by Kristin Henning

120

Teaching Scholarship Through a Seminar on The Wire (PDF)
by Josephine Ross

123

BOOK REVIEWS

Simpler: The Future of Government by Cass Sunstein (PDF)
Reviewed by Bernard W. Bell

126

Freedom to Harm: The Lasting Legacy of the Laissez-Faire Revival by Thomas O. McGarity (PDF)
Reviewed by Joel A. Mintz

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