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Teaching Law School: Resources: Legal Newsletters & Journals

Teaching Law: Legal Newsletters & Journals

  • AALS Newsletter, published quarterly by Association of American Law Schools.

Issues from November 2001-present are available at this free website.

 

HeinOnline's Law Journal database includes vol. 1 (1948)-middle of vol. 58 (mid-2008).  Westlaw provides full coverage beginning with vol. 42 (1992).  One can access HeinOnline database on-campus or in BLS housing.  To access HeinOnline in other off-campus locations, BLS faculty, students and staff need to implement the proxy instructions for access to BLS Library's databases

 

  • The Law Teacher, published semi-annually by the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, co-sponsored by the law schools at Washburn University and Gonzaga University.  

Issues from vol. 1 (1993)-present are available at this free website.

 

  • The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, published 3 times/yr. by The Association of Law Teachers (UK).

Westlaw database: Legal Journals Index (LJI) indexes articles published in this UK legal periodical.  Brooklyn Law School 's faculty, students and administrators can create accounts through the interlibrary loan service and order articles of interest.  

 

  • Legal Education Review, an independent refereed journal (Australasian Law Teachers Association appoints the editors of this Review).

Articles from vols. 10 (1999)-19 (2009) are available at this free website.

Databases & Indexes To Identify Legal Articles About Teaching