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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 58

March 2008

Number 1

 
 

From the Editors
1
 

History of the Legal Education

 

The Ironical Exclusion of Women from Harvard Law School, 1870-1900
by Bruce A. Kimball and Brian S. Shull
3
 

Legal Education and Technology

From Snail Mail to E-Mail: The Traditional Legal Memorandum in the Twenty-First Century
by Kristen Konrad Robbins-Tiscione
32
 
Can You Show Me How To...? Reflections of a New Law Professor and Part-Time Technology Consultant on the Role of New Law Teachers as Catalysts for Change
by Geoffrey Christopher Rapp
61
 

Transnational Legal Education

 

Legal Education and Training in England and Wales: Back to the Future?
by Andrew Boon and Julian Webb
79
 
Innovative Legal Education and its Role in Developing the State Based on the Rule of Law: Analysis of the U.S. Law Schools Academic Experience and the Prospects of Its Implementation in the Republic of Belarus
by Tatiana Selezneva
122
 

Essay

The Poetry of Law
by Sidney W. DeLong
141
 

Book Review

The Global Debate Over Constitutional Property: Lessons for American Takings Jurisprudence - Gregory S. Alexander
Review by M.C. Mirow
147


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