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At the end of the Advanced Contracts course at the University of Southern California, Professor Gillian Hadfield asks students to write a two-page reflection on what they have learned in the course. The students generally praise the realistic nature of the course and the problem-based teaching...
The Peer- and Self-Assessment Form from the Advanced Contracts course at the University of Southern California asks students to assess their competency in identified areas in the beginning of the semester, as compared to their competency on the last day of the course. The last portion of the...
Students evaluated the Discovery Practicum taught by Professor David Thomson at the University of Denver at the end of the spring semester of 2012. Students generally praise the practical and applicable nature of the course, as well as the varied teaching techniques employed throughout the semester.
As a former student of Professor Thomson’s Discovery Practicum at the University of Denver, Beth Tomerlin discusses how the knowledge and experience she gained from the course led directly to her success in her first year out of law school. In reference to the course, Tomerlin writes, “I believe...
Students evaluated the Discovery Practicum taught by Professor David Thomson at the University of Denver at the end of the fall semester of 2012. Students generally praise the practical and applicable nature of the course, as well as the varied teaching techniques employed throughout the semester.
Students evaluated the Discovery Practicum taught by Professor David Thomson at the University of Denver at the end of the spring semester of 2014. Students generally praise the practical and applicable nature of the course, as well as the varied teaching techniques employed throughout the semester.
The First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California updates the traditional notion of a contracts course by teaching students to actually do contracts, as opposed to simply applying rules drawn from appellate cases and hypothetical scenarios. This Confidential Group Assessment...
Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This evaluation provides an opportunity for students to anonymously...
Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This evaluation provides an opportunity for students to anonymously...
These Student Comments on the State Civil Procedure course provide insight into the success students have in the course, and their overall impression. The students generally praise the realistic nature of the course, as well as the effectiveness of the writing assignments throughout the semester.
This document provides feedback from students who partcipated in the International Business Negotiations course at the Washington School of Law at American University. Generally, the students praise the course for its realistic perspective on the nature of transactional law and the experience of...

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