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Teaching Law School: Resources: Sources in BLS Library

Teaching Law: Sources Available Through BLS Library

Subject classification for sources about law school teaching:

Law-Study and teaching-United States

Recent Articles & Webcast

1) Sophie Sparrow, Making Time to Reflect on Your Teaching (June 2011)

2) Rachel A. Van Cleave, A Primer for Teaching Law as an Adjunct Professor, The Recorder (California) (Online), May 18, 2011.  (Through a law school's subscription to LexisNexis, one can review The Recorder.

3) Aliza B. Kaplan & Kathleen Darvil, Think [and Practice] Like a Lawyer: Legal Research for the New Millennials (published in Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors, Vol. 8, 2011)

4) Ira S. Nathenson, Teaching Law with Online Role-Playing Simulations (material prepared for a summer 2011 conference)

5) May 6, 2011 workshop co-sponsored by ASIL's Teaching International Law Interest Group & American Branch of the International Law Association, Teaching International Law Beyond the Classroom: Engaging Students in Experiential Learning, in Web 2.0, and in Historical and Empirical Research


Feed from "Best Practices for Legal Education" (Prof. Mary Lynch, ed.)

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Outcomes Assessment To Improve Teaching & Learning

Outcomes Assessment for Law Schools (2000) by Gregory S. Munro, is available through the website of the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning.

Your Suggestions

If you would like BLS Library to purchase books, journals or DVDs regarding teaching legal seminars or teaching law, please contact our acquisitions librarian:

H.C. Singh

(e-mail: hc.singh@brooklaw.edu, telephone: 718-780-7976)

If you wish to recommend a source for inclusion in this guide, please use the "Comments" link below or contact:

Jean Davis

(e-mail: jean.davis@brooklaw.edu, telephone: 718-780-7534)