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Alli Gerkman
Colorado Public Radio's Ryan Warner watches a clip from The Paper Chase with Dean Martin Katz, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and takes a look at the changing landscape of legal education.
Alli Gerkman
The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) at the University of Denver today launches a unique, national initiative to change the way law schools educate students. “Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers” provides a platform to encourage law schools in the U.S. to showcase innovative teaching to...
Alli Gerkman
Denver Post covered the launch of Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers , highlighting the innovative approach taken by University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
Alli Gerkman
The National Law Journal previewed Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers, which is set to officially launch on August 22, 2011: "A consortium of reformers hopes to turn the tide with a $250,000 initiative aimed at helping law schools and professors share their classroom innovations and course designs. The idea behind the...
Bill Sullivan
Law school once set the pattern for modern professional education. In his study of Christopher Columbus Langdell, originator of the case method of teaching law, historian Bruce A. Kimball credits him with the invention of meritocracy as a system for recruiting and training professionals. Langdell’s new model law...
Bill Sullivan
The legal academy is giving increased attention to the question of the education needed to appropriately equip today’s students to serve the needs of clients, employers, and society at large. Schools are experimenting with a wide array of innovations. It is important to the larger enterprise of legal education to know...
Alli Gerkman
This article, which we discovered here , looks at the opportunities in teaching a real estate class "from the dirt" and discusses a class in which students interact with a parcel of land from the perspective of practicing lawyers. Click here to read the article.
Alli Gerkman
"Delegates approved a series of resolutions pertaining to the financing and curriculum of legal education, although the ABA's legislative body lacks the power to compel law schools to make changes or control over how student loans are administered." Click here to read the article.

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