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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 62

November 2012

Number 2

From the Editors (PDF)
203
 

SYMPOSIUM: TEACHING MASS INCARCERATION

Inside-Out as Law School Pedagogy (PDF)
by Giovanna Shay

207

Teaching Prison Law (PDF)
by Sharon Dolovich

218

Encountering Attica: Documentary Filmmaking as Pedagogical Tool (PDF)
by Teresa A. Miller

231

ARTICLES

Where Do Partners Come From? (PDF)
by Theodore P. Seto

242

Taking Note of Notes: Student Legal Scholarship in Theory and Practice (PDF)
by Andrew Yaphe

259

Practice Meets Theory: Using Moots as a Tool to Teach Human Rights Law (PDF)
by Paula Gerber and Melissa Castan

298

Crisis in the Classroom: Using Simulations to Enhance Decision-Making Skills (PDF)
by Shawn Marie Boyne

311

Using Fiction Workshop Techniques in First-Year Legal Writing Classes (PDF)
by Michelle Falkoff

323

Outcomes-Based Education One Course at a Time: My Experiment with Estates and Trusts (PDF)
by Carolyn Grose

336
 

BOOK REVIEWS

Remaking Customs: Law and Identity in the Early American Republic - Ellen Holmes Pearson (PDF)
Reviewed Steven J. Macias

367

The Collapse of American Criminal Justice - William J. Stuntz (PDF)
Reviewed by Andrea Roth

377

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