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Volume 38: Issue 3

Contemporary Issues in Outcomes-Based Legal Education

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Roy Stuckey, Foreword

Gregory M. Duhl, Equipping Our Lawyers: Mitchell’s Outcomes-Based Approach to Legal Education

Steven I. Friedland, Outcomes and the Ownership Conception of Law School Courses

Mary A. Lynch, An Evaluation of Ten Concerns about Using Outcomes in Legal Education 

Deborah Maranville, Kate O'Neill, and Carolyn Plumb, Lessons for Legal Education from the Engineering Profession’s Experience with Outcomes-Based Accreditation

Barbara Glesner Fines, Lessons Learned about Classroom Teaching from Authoring Computer-Assisted Instruction Lessons

Blake D. Morant, The Declining Prevalence of Trials as a Dispute Resolution Device: Implications for the Academy

Peggy Cooper Davis and James Webb, Learning from Dramatized Outcomes

Sophie M. Sparrow, Can They Work Well on a Team? Assessing Students’ Collaborative Skills

Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, Beyond Best Practices for Legal Education: Reflections on Cultural Awareness—Exploring the Issues in Creating a Law School and Classroom Culture

Jim Chen, A Degree of Practical Wisdom: The Ratio of Educational Debt to Income as a Basic Measurement of Law School Graduates’ Economic Viability



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