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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 59

May 2010

Number 4

From the Editors (PDF)

483

Articles

 
An Autobiography of a Digital Idea: From Waging War against Laptops to Engaging Students with Laptops (PDF)
485
by Diana R. Donahoe

 
Digital Statutory Supplements for Legal Education: A Cheaper, Better Way (PDF)
515
by C. Steven Bradford and Mark Hautzinger

 
The Current State of Legal Education Reform in Latin America: A Critical Appraisal (PDF)
545
by Juny Montoya

   
Content, Structure, and Growth of Mexican Legal Education (PDF)
567
by Luis Fernando Pérez Hurtado

   
Rethinking Legal Education in Hard Times: The Recession, Practical Legal Education, and the New Job Market (PDF)
598
by Daniel Thies

 
Response: More Complicated Than We Think (PDF)
623
by Judith Welch Wegner
 


Response: Time to Collaborate on Lawyer Development (PDF)
645
by Scott Westfahl



HUMOR


Why Am I Here? Six-Word Stories about the First Month of Law School (PDF)
653
by Mary Dunnewold and Hamline University Law Students

   

BOOK REVIEWS

 
The Inception of Modern Professional Education: C.C. Langdell, 1826-1906 — Bruce A. Kimball (PDF)
657
Reviewed by Christopher Tomlins
 
   
The Last Lawyer: The Fight to Save Death Row Inmates — John Temple (PDF)
668
Reviewed by Kenneth Williams
 

 
INDEX (PDF)  

 

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