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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 58

September 2008

Number 3

From the Editors

 
325

Entering Law School: The Pipeline

 
Enhancing the Pipeline of Diverse K-12 and College Students to Law School: The HNBA Multi-Tier Mentoring Program
by Charles R. Calleros
327


Learning Law

Learning the Law by Avoiding It in the Process: And Learning From the Students What They Don't Get in Law School
by Charles A. Cox, Sr. and Maury S. Landsman
341
 
On Writing: The Essay in Jurisprudence
by Claire Grant
351

The Reluctant Comparativist: Teaching Common Law Reasoning to Civil Law Students and the Future of Comparative Legal Skills
by Helena Whalen-Bridge
 364


Assessments in Legal Education

Developing High-Quality Multiple-Choice Questions for Assessment in Legal Education
by Susan M. Case and Beth E. Donahue
372
 
Evaluating Course Evaluations: An Empirical Analysis of a Quasi-Experiment at the Stanford Law School, 2000-2007
by Daniel E. Ho and Timothy H. Shapiro
388
 

Institutional Legal Education Issues

The Academic Doctorate in Law: A Vehicle for Legal Transplants
by Gail J. Hupper
413

 
There's No Law Library on the Starship "Enterprise"
by Gail M. Daly
 455

Book Review

The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court - Jeffrey Toobin
Review by Eric J. Segall
 463

Humor

Koans of Equity
by James Grimmelmann
 472

 

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