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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 63

November 2013

Number 2

From the Editors (PDF) 171
 

SYMPOSIUM: IS LAW SCHOOL WORTH IT?

Is Law School Worth the Cost? (PDF)
by Brian Z. Tamanaha

173

Educating Main Street Lawyers (PDF)
by Luz E. Herrera

189

Buyers' Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a Lawyer Career (PDF)
by Ronit Dinovitzer, Bryant G. Garth and Joyce S. Sterling

211

Law School as Liberal Education (PDF)
by Sherman J. Clark

235

ARTICLES

Charity, Philanthropy and Law School Fundraising: The Emergence and the Failure, 1880-1930 (PDF)
by Bruce A. Kimball

247

Teaching Law Students, Judges, and the Community: Rational Sentencing Policies (PDF)
by Robert J. Levy

282

Building Social Justice Leaders: The University of Michigan Law School's Diversity Program (PDF)
by Christine Gregory

302

Formative Assessment in Doctrinal Classes: Rethinking Grade Appeals (PDF)
by Roberto L. Corrada

317

Sharing Life's Work (PDF)
by Jacob H. Rooksby

330

Why Write? (PDF)
by James R. Elkins

313

AT THE LECTERN

Law School Lifelines: A Game Show-Themed Review Exercise (PDF)
by Steven J. Mulroy

341

BOOK REVIEWS

Failing Law Schools - Brian Z. Tamanaha (PDF)
Reviewed by David Burk

349

Framed: America's 51 Constitutions and the Crisis of Governance - Sanford Levinson (PDF)
Reviewed by Lawrence Friedman

359

Clarence Darrow: Attorney for the Damned - John A. Ferrell (PDF)
Reviewed by Karla Mari McKanders

365

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