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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 60

August 2010

Number 1

From the Editors (PDF)

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Articles

 
Marooned: An Empirical Investigation of Law School Graduates Who Fail the Bar Exam (PDF)
3
by Jane Yakowitz

 
A Populist Manifesto for Learning the Law (PDF)
41
by Eric E. Johnson

 
Bottomheavy: Legal Footnotes (PDF)
65
by Joan Ames Magat

   

SYMPOSIUM

 
Forward: What Does Balance in Legal Education Mean? (PDF)
107
by Bruce J. Winick

   
Curricular Stress (PDF)
110
by Edward Rubin

 
Balance in Legal Education: Pervasive Principles (PDF)
122
by William J. Rich
 


We Can Do More (PDF)
129
by Daisy Hurst Floyd

   
What Balance in Legal Education Means to Me: A Dissenting View (PDF)
 135
by Lawrence Raful
 
   
How Law Students Can Cope: A Student's View (PDF)
140
by Ben Gibson
 
   

AT THE LECTURN


Beyond Role Playing: Using Drama in Legal Education (PDF)
147
by Anne Scully-Hill, Paul Lam, and Helen Yu

   

DIALOGUE

 
Missing Missions: Further Reflections on Institutional Pluralism (or its Absence) (PDF)
157
by Jerome Organ
 
   

BOOK REVIEWS

 
Lawyers of the Right: Professionalizing the Conservative Coalition — Ann Southworth (PDF)
168
Reviewed by Laura Beth Nielsen and Jill D. Weinberg  

 
The Rise of the Conservative Legal Movement: The Battle for the Control of the Law — Steven M. Teles (PDF)
174
Reviewed by Jacob Heilbrunn
 
 
 
What Blood Won't Tell: A History of Race on Trial in America — Ariela J. Gross (PDF)
Reviewed by Lucy E. Salyer
179
   
The Medieval Origins of the Legal Profession: Canonists, Civilians, and Courts — James A. Brundage (PDF)
 184
Reviewed by Emily Kadens
 

 

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