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Alli Gerkman
This is a survey of deans and associate deans conducted at the 2011 Conference on the Future of the Law School Curriculum by Franklin A. Gevurtz, of the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. Click here to read the survey results
Zachary Willis
Douglas G. Scrivner is former General Counsel of Accenture, where he worked for 31 years, 14 of which as General Counsel. In his Voices from the Field interview, Scrivner outlines the shift in the legal profession away from providing on-the-job training, and how law schools can and should embrace this shift by...
Zachary Willis
Rich Baer is Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Liberty Media Corporation, where he is responsible for overseeing the company’s legal, regulatory, and compliance matters. Baer recently sat down with Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers to talk about legal education and how law schools can better prepare students...
Alli Gerkman
This article cites Educating Lawyers in its discussion of law schools turning to experiential models for ethics courses. This year, Yale Law School started the Ethics Bureau , a clinic in which law students assist lawyers facing ethics violations. California Western School of Law in San Diego just completed its third...
Alli Gerkman
This article argues that instead of scholar-driven casebooks, we need learning-centered casebooks that engage students in the three Carnegie apprenticeships. Click here to read the article.
Alli Gerkman
In this article, the author suggests that bar examiners consider innovations in bar examiners based on the Carnegie Report .
Alli Gerkman
Rebecca Love Kourlis, Executive Director of the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) and retired Colorado Supreme Court justice, discusses Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers and the importance of innovation in legal education. “Just reading cases and answering questions about them doesn't...
Alli Gerkman
The Law School Survey of Student Engagement is administered to all students at participating law schools via the Internet. In 2010, 77 law schools participated. The objective of the survey is to "provide data to law schools to improve legal education, enhance student success, inform accreditation efforts, and...

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