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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 57

September 2007

Number 3

 
From the Editors
317
 

Legal Education under Extreme Stress

A Semester in Exile: Experiences and Lessons Learned During Loyola University New Orleans School of Law's Fall 2005 Hurricane Katrina Relocation
by Brian Huddleston
319
 
Walking the Tightrope of Bipolar Disorder: The Secret Life of a Law Professor
by James T.R. Jones
349
 

Grading

 
Playing the Ultimatum Game with Grades: Gender, Confidence, and Performance in Public International Law
by Kif Augustine-Adams
375
 
All of the Above: Computerized Exam Scoring of Multiple Choice Items Helps To: (A) Show How Exam Items Worked Technically, (B) Maximize Exam Fairness, (C) Justly Assign Letter Grades, and (D) Provide Feedback on Student Learning
by Lynn M. Daggett
391
 
The Injustice of Reducing the Number of Levels in a Grading System
by William K.S. Wang
423
 

Core Skills in Legal Education

Experiments in Listening
by Mark Weisberg and Jean Koh Peters
427
 
Teaching Legal Drafting Effectively and Efficiently - By Dispensing with the Myths
by Jamison Wilcox
448
 

Books

 
"Going Hollywood": Notes on Pitching a Book Proposal to Trade Presses
by Mark Osiel
467
 
 


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