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Legal Education in Crisis? Bringing Researchers and Resources Together to Generate New Scientific Insights

August 2, 2017 New Legal Realism

Conference Program

Conference Overview, Schedule, Biographical Statements & Contact Information

Presentations

Jeff Allum, Before the JD

Steven Boutcher, Anna Raup-Kounovsky, Carroll Seron, Nothing to Fear but Debt Itself: Understanding the Dynamics of Indebtedness Among Law Students

Jane Ching, Serendipity, Strategy and Staffing: Building a Research Centre in Legal Education

Mindie Lazarus-Black, The Education of Ming, Chen, Aberto, and Natalia: Teaching (International) Lawyers How to Think, Speak, and Act like (U.S.) Lawyers

Paul Maharg, The Simulated Client Initiative: A Portrait of the Outsider as Teacher

Elizabeth Mertz, Katherine Y. Barnes, US Law Professors at the Edge of Change

Pablo G. Molina, Three AALS Research Resources

David Sandomierski, Theory and Practice, Together at Last: A Heretical, Empirical Account of Canadian Legal Education

Marjorie Shultz, Sheldon Zedeck, Lawyer Effectiveness Before, During and After Law School

Carole Silver, Swethaa Ballakrishnen, International Students and U.S. Legal Education: Doing Diversity

Aaron N. Taylor, Law School Scholarships: Engines of Inequality?

Riaz Tejani, Market Creep: "Product Talk" in Legal Education

Zhizhou Wang, Sida Liu, Xueyao Li, Internationalizing Chinese Legal Education in the Early 21st Century

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number 1650057

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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