Curriculum Design and Reform
Two of the primary goals of The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning (ILTL) are:
- to serve as a clearinghouse for ideas to improve the quality of education in law school; and
- to support student-centered curriculum reform.
We hope that these resources contain ideas and insights that further your efforts at curriculum reform:
- The Law Teacher (ILTL semi-annual newsletter)
- The results of our survey of efforts at curriculum reform and contact information for leading innovators (47 KB PDF)
- The following books on curriculum reform:
- Teaching Materials Network website (Stetson Law) contains teaching notes, PowerPoints, handouts, etc., contributed by law professors for over 100 law school courses.
- Articles on curriculum reform
- "Developing a Skills and Professionalism Curriculum: Process and Product," 41 University of Toledo Law Review 327 (2010) (co-authored with Earl Martin). [221 KB PDF]
- "Professional Skills and Values in Legal Education: The GPS Model," 43 Valparaiso University Law Review 513 (2009) (co-authored with Stephen Gerst). [2.2 MB PDF]
- Information about Institute and other conferences on curriculum reform
- Information about consulting services and workshops on curriculum reform
We want the ILTL to continue to develop to meet your needs, so please contact us with your feedback and ideas.