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Will Law Schools Go the Distance? An Annotated Bibliography on Distance Education in Law
(Law Library Journal, 1999)
Although distance education is not a new phenomenon, the advent of multimedia courseware and the wide availability of Internet access has made the off-campus approach to teaching college and graduate level education more ...
Moving Beyond Langdell II: An Annotated Bibliography of Current Methods for Law Teaching
(Gonzaga Law Review, 2000)
In 1994, Gonzaga Institute for Law Teaching and the Gonzaga Law Review co-sponsored a bibliography that annotated articles on teaching methods used in law schools. The bibliography covered articles published between 1985 ...
Not Another Constitutional Law Course: A Proposal to Teach a Course on the Constitution
(Iowa Law Review, 1991)
Professors Baker and Viator discuss the shortcomings of the current law school constitutional law curriculum. They lament the emphasis on current Supreme Court cases to the almost complete exclusion of the actual text of ...
Stress in Law Students: A Comparative Study of First-Year, Second-Year and Third-Year Students
(Connecticut Law Review, 2004)
This article starts from the premise that stress is not inherently bad, but that heightened levels of it in a definable population should lead to further inquiry. That further inquiry could reveal the specific stressors ...
Texas Tech University School of Law Honors Day 1987
Texas Tech University School of Law Honors Day 1985