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In Re Moot Court
This article explains why moot court programs are important, how moot court board members are selected, and discusses moot court competitions at the state, regional, and national levels.
Lessons in Leadership
A tribute to the late Stetson University Law School dean Gary Vause. The article includes leadership lessons learned from his example.
Professor Dumbledore's Advice for Law Deans
Using Albus Dumbledore, "the greatest wizard of the modern age," to exemplify what it means to be a successful dean, this article explores and applies seven pearls of wisdom extracted from the Halls of Hogwarts to modern ...
Legal Writing in the Academy 2000-2010: A Decade of Promise and Progress
(The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute, 2011-08-09)
Legal writing routinely tops the list when practitioners and judges are surveyed about critical lawyering skills, but for decades legal writing courses, and those who taught them, have been marginalized. This article ...
Facilitated Plagiarism: The Saga of Term-Paper Mills and the Failure of Legislation and Litigation to Control Them
This article explores facilitated plagiarism, which is the commission of plagiarism by students purchasing and submitting papers obtained from term-paper mills. The article covers term-paper mill history and operations and ...
Citation Frustrations—And Solutions
This article explores the frustrations felt by law review staff members, including feelings that cite and source projects are grunt work, that the projects involve too many steps, and that citation rules are difficult to ...
Cyberbullies on Campus
This article introduces law schools to the problem of cyberbullying. The article describes common characteristics of bullies and cyberbullies, how bullying affects victims, and how bystanders fit into the equation. The ...
Alwd Citation Manual: A Professional System of Citation
(Aspen Publishers, 2003)
A professional manual of legal citation rules. Topics covered include: purposes for citations; citation basics; citing specific print sources; electronic sources; incorporating citations into documents; and quotations.
The most important resource any law school has is its people. Most times, you hear about the faculty, students, and top administrators. But rarely do we talk about and praise our other staff-the hourly employees. Without ...
Brown v. Board of Education: The Legacy Continues, The Struggle Continues
Brown v. Board of Education has been described by lawyers, historians, educators, and journalists as perhaps the most important civil-rights decision of the twentieth century. Without dispute, the decision holds a prominent ...