Monday, April 30, 2007

How to be a law school teacher

This article available on SSRN explains "Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching." One of the authors is a Harvard law grad on the faculty of the new law school in Charlotte, having taught previously at George Washington University, Tulane University, Case Western Reserve University, the University of Pittsburgh, George Mason University, Northern Illinois University, Howard University, Widener University, Cleveland State University, and the University of Bridgeport (now Quinnipiac).

In the introduction, the authors carefully note: "The advice contained in this article can be employed regardless of your ideological perspective and regardless of whether you teach from that perspective. Our approach neither advocates nor discourages the incorporation of such perspectives as feminist theory, critical race theory, or law and economics."

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