The Law Teacher

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Current Issue
Spring 2016

Graphic: Cover of spring 2016 issue; 1.1 MB PDF.

The Law Teacher is published twice a year (fall and spring) by the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning (previously the Institute for Law School Teaching, 1993-2008). It provides a forum for ideas for improving teaching and learning in law schools and informs law teachers of the activities of the Institute.

Opinions expressed in The Law Teacher are those of the individual authors. They are not necessarily the opinions of the editors or of the Institute.

ISSN: 1072-0499

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Submissions: The Law Teacher encourages readers to submit brief articles explaining interesting and practical ideas to help law professors become more effective teachers. Articles should be 500 to 1,500 words long. Footnotes are neither necessary nor desired. We encourage you to include pictures and other graphics with your submission. Send your article via e-mail, preferably in a Word file. After review, all accepted manuscripts will become property of the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning. To submit an article or for more information, please contact Emily Grant at