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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 59

February 2010

Number 3

From the Editors (PDF

341

Articles

 
The Grammar Wars Come to Law School (PDF)
343
by Aida M. Alaka

 
Thirteen Ways of Looking at Buck v. Bell: Thoughts Occasioned by Paul Lombardo's Three Generations, No Imbeciles (PDF)
357
by Michelle Oberman

 
Curriculum Design and Bar Passage: New York Law School's Experience (PDF)
393
by Donald H. Zeigler, Joanne Ingham, and David Chang

   
Elder Law Teaching and Scholarship: An Empirical Analysis of an Evolving Field (PDF)
414
by Nina A. Kohn and Edward D. Spurgeon

   
Reforming Indian Legal Education: Linking Research and Teaching (PDF)
432
by Lovely Dasgupta

 
So You Want to be a Law Professor (PDF)
450
by Lucinda Jesson
 


Time Machine: Emma's Legal Education, 2025 (PDF)
454
by Paul Boudreaux



LEGENDS OF THE LEGAL ACADEMY


The Pedagogy of the Old Case Method: A Tribute to "Bull" Warren (PDF)
457
by Paul D. Carrington

   

BOOK REVIEWS

 
Law's Allure: How Law Shapes, Constrains, Saves, and Kills Politics — Gordon Silverstein (PDF)
467
Reviewed by Paul Horwitz
 
   
For the Common Good: Principles of American Academic Freedom — Matthew W. Finkin and Robert C. Post (PDF)
476
Reviewed by David S. Tanenhaus
 

 

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