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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 63

August 2013

Number 1

From the Editors (PDF)
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SYMPOSIUM: ACCESS TO JUSTICE

Toward a Unified Grading Vocabulary: Using Rubrics in Legal Writing Courses (PDF)
by Jessica Clark and Christy DeSanctis

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Teaching Teamwork to Law Students (PDF)
by Janet Weinstein, Linda Morton, Howard Taras and Vivian Reznik

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Archetypal Legal Scholarship: A Field Guide (PDF)
by Martha Minow

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Visualizing the Law: Using Charts, Diagrams, and Other Images to Improve Legal Briefs (PDF)
by Adam L. Rosman

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Teaching Negotiation Ethics (PDF)
by Art Hinshaw

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American Law Schools in a Time Transition (PDF)
by Ronald G. Ehrenberg

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AT THE LECTERN

Using Problems to Teach Quantitative Damages in a First Year Torts Class (PDF)
by Paul Figley

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BOOK REVIEWS

Why the Law is So Perverse - Leo Katz (PDF)
Reviewed by Peter H. Huang

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The Law Is a White Dog: How Legal Rituals Make and Unmake Persons - Colin Dayan (PDF)
Reviewed by Dean Spade

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