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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 59

November 2009

Number 2

From the Editors (PDF

171

Articles

 
Skills Without Stigma: Using the JURIST Method to Teach Legal Research and Writing (PDF)
173
by Abigail Salisbury
 
Meeting the Carnegie Report's Challenge to Make Legal Analysis Explicit - Subsidiary Skills to the IRAC Framework (PDF)
192
by Nelson P. Miller and Bradley J. Charles
 
The Oregon Method: An Alternative Model for Teaching Transactional Law (PDF)
221
by Robert C. Illig
   
Externships: A Signature Pedagogy for the Apprenticeship of Professional Identity and Purpose (PDF) 240
by Kelly S. Terry
   
A Call for Blind Review: Student Edited Law Reviews and Bias (PDF)
269
by Jonathan Gingerich
 
A Noteworthy Absence (PDF)
279
by Nancy Leong  
 

AT THE LECTERN


Moral Education in Law Schools and Law Firms (PDF)
298
by Maksymilian Del Mar
   

BOOK REVIEWS

 
The Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law - Roger K. Newman (ed.) (PDF) 305
Reviewed by John Henry Schlegel  
   
Lawyers in the Dock: Learning from Attorney Disciplinary Proceedings - Richard L. Abel (PDF) 311
Reviewed by Eli Wald  

 

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