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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 61

November 2011

Number 2

From the Editors (PDF)
171
 

ARTICLES

How Scholarship Programs Impact Students and the Culture of Law School (PDF
by Jerome Organ

173

Teaching and Learning Islamic Law in a Globalized World:Some Reflections and Perspectives (PDF)
by Shaheen Sardar Ali

206

The New Legal Writing Pedagogy: Is Our Pride and Joy a Hobble? (PDF)
by John Lynch, Jr

231
Teaching Rule Synthesis with Real Cases (PDF)
by Paul Figley
245


Why Don't They Get It?: Academic Intelligence and the Under-Prepared Student as "Other" (PDF)
by Deborah Zalesne and David Nadvorney
264


Using a Faculty Inquiry Process to Examine Student Responsibility for Learning (PDF)
by Tonya Krause-Phelan, Joni Larson, Nelson P. Miller,Kim O'Leary, Derek Witte, and Vickie Eggers
280


LEGENDS OF THE LEGAL ACADEMY  

Harry Kalven, Jr. (PDF)
by Vincent Blasi

300
AT THE LECTERN  
Teaching Comparative Perspectives in the Domestic Constitutional Law Class: A Step-by-Step Primer (PDF)
by Mark S. Kende
310
 

BOOK REVIEWS

Freedom Bound: Law, Labor, and Civic Identity in Colonizing English America,1580–1865 - Christopher Tomlins (PDF)
Reviewed by Peter Onuf

316
'A Great and Noble Occupation!': The History of the Society of Legal Scholars - Fiona Cownie and Raymond Cocks (PDF)
Reviewed by Kim Economides
325


The Export of Legal Education - Its Promise and Impact in Transition Countries - Ronald A. Brand and D. Wes Rist (eds.) (PDF)
Reviewed by Jon Eddy

330
 

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