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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 57

December 2007

Number 4

 
From the Editors
475
 

General Articles

 
Banning Laptops in the Classroom: Is it Worth the Hassles?
by Kevin Yamamoto
477
 
The "Non-Assessment" Assessment Project
by Charles A. Rees
521
 
The Role of Comforting Skill and Professional Competence in the Attorney-Client Relationship
by David Dryden Henningsen and Ioana Cionea
530
 

Transnational Legal Education

 
Teaching International Law Across an Urban Divide: Reflections on an Improvisation
by Fleur Johns and Steven Freeland
539
 
Using Comparative Torts Materials to Teach First-Year Torts
by Anthony J. Sebok
562
 

Books

 
Legal Reason: The Use of Analogy in Legal Argument - Lloyd L. Weinreb
Review by Danny Priel
579
 

Legal Reason Redux
Review by Lloyd L. Weinreb

600
 
Reflections on Constitutional Law - George Anastaplo
Review by Milner S. Ball
615
 
The Disability Pendulum, The First Decade of the Americans with Disabilities Act - Ruth Colker
Review by Paul Steven Miller
619
   


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