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Teaching Law School: Resources: Bibliographies

Teaching Law: Bibliographies

  • Institute for Law Teaching and Learning (co-sponsored by the law schools at Washburn University and Gonzaga University), Publications.

This web page links to publications of the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, such as:

the newsletter The Law Teacher;

the book Outcomes Assessment for Law Schools by Gregory S. Munro (2000);

and videos (with accompanying written materials) about teaching in law school.

 Two of these videos incorporate comments made by Brooklyn Law School students:

Gerald Hess, Paula Lustbader & Laurie Zimet, Teach to the Whole Class: Barriers and Pathways to Learning (1997)
Lustbader, Zimet & Hess, Principles for Enhancing Legal Education (2001)

 

  • Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, Resources.

This web page describes (and often links to) bibliographies, books, articles, websites and blogs created by those outside of the Institute.

Professor Schwartz seeks 1) to identify the best law teachers in America and 2) to describe their teaching principles.  At this web page, Schwartz lists the books, articles and web sources about teaching and learning that have influenced his project. 

 

In footnote 1 (p. 73) of Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching: A Primer for New (and Not So New) Professors (2009), Professors Howard E. Katz and Kevin Francis O'Neill recommend these additional bibliographies: