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February 2016 Idea By Barbara Lentz, Wake Forest University School of Law By Valentine's Day, we are about one-third of the way through the semester,
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Mentoring 1L Work Habits: Weekly Goals

January 2016 Idea By Tonya Kowalski, Washburn University School of Law Today's law students have more information about study habits than ever before.
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Getting Over the Habit of Last Minute Paper Writing

December 2015 By Heidi Holland from Gonzaga University School of Law For anyone who teaches a paper course or legal writing, you know the frustration
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Black-out Periods

November 2015 By Emily Grant - Washburn University School of Law With exams quickly approaching, I've been pondering the utility of black-out periods
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Who Wants to Be a Professor?

October 2015 By Sandra Simpson - Gonzaga University School of Law While teaching Professional Responsibility this semester, I realized that Model Rule
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Using All of Our Resources

September 2015 Idea By Sandra Simpson, Gonzaga University School of Law As the semester gets into full swing, it is important to remember to take adva

Making Explicit the Link between Briefing and Exam Writing

May 2015 Idea By Rory D. Bahadur, Washburn University School of Law It is probably safe to say that most schools have some form of skills training or

Letting Students Run the Review

April 2015 Idea By Aida M. Alaka, Washburn University School of Law As the semester comes racing to a close, many faculty members are facing review se

Student "Law Firms"

March 2015 By Andrea J. Boyack One of the gaps in traditional law school education is the dearth of opportunities for students to practice working in

Let Your Students Run the Class

February 2015 Idea By Sophie M. Sparrow, University of New Hampshire Law School One of my colleagues was recently hit with a bad cold that left her wi

Pass the Pen

January 2015 Idea By Andrea J. Boyack from Washburn University School of Law In order to address the dual challenges of providing active learning oppo

New Semester's Resolution

December 2014 Idea By Emily Grant from Washburn University School of Law 'tis the season of reflection on the past year and the current state of nearl

Daily Assessment: You Can Do It!

November 2014 By Sandra Simpson, Gonzaga University School of Law As our semesters are coming to a close and we are starting to think about planning f

Incorporating Experiential Learning: Practice-based Research Exercises

January 2014 Idea By Sophie M. Sparrow, University of New Hampshire School of Law Multiple studies have identified legal research and factual investig

A Krafty Review

December 2013 Idea By Emily Grant, Washburn University School of Law Peter Maggs was my contracts professor at the University of Illinois College of L