Monday, March 12, 2018

New From the Journal of Legal Education--Links to Emerging Orthodoxies From the Legal Academic Sector in the U.S.

I am happy to pass along links to the latest issue of the American Journal of Legal Education.  It represents the thinking of the American legal academic elite and thus is a useful gauge of the evolving orthodoxies  (and emerging thinking) among that group.

Journal of Legal Education - Autumn 2017 Issue
The Autumn 2018 issue of the Journal of Legal Education (JLE) takes an introspective look at legal education and law school, including hot topics in and out of the classroom:
The ongoing “At the Lectern” series continues with Laura A. Webb’s “Why Legal Writers Should Think like Teachers.”

Book reviews in this issue include:
The JLE addresses issues of importance to legal educators, including curriculum development, teaching methods, and scholarship. Published since 1948, it is an outlet for emerging areas of scholarship and teaching.

The JLE has been under the editorial leadership of Northeastern University School of Law and University of Washington School of Law since 2015. Starting in 2018, American University Washington College of Law will replace the University of Washington School of Law as co-editor of the publication. Thank you to the deans, faculty, and staff of these schools for their support of the journal. 
AALS runs the JLE website as a repository for current and past issues of the JLE as well as subscription, submission, and copyright information.

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