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Incorporating Transactional Skills Training Into First

2009] INCORPORATING TRANSACTIONAL SKILLS TRAINING 333 INTO FIRST-YEAR DOCTRINAL COURSES modification must still meet the requirements of mutual assent, and the other party must receive notice of existence of the modified terms, an opportunity to review

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Bridging The Gap: How Introducing Ethical Skills Exercises

  • courses are fertile ground for exposure to principles of professional respon-sibility because it is in this time period that students begin learning foun-dational lawyering skills
  • First-year law faculty face unique challenges as they seek to orient law students to basic legal methods, analysis, and the

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Teaching The Art And Craft Of Drafting Public Law

  • persuasive writing, and many have added drafting courses
  • But few offer legislative and rule-drafting courses, and even fewer require students to learn how to draft legal rules
  • And the legal profession has yet to adopt a systematic method for drafting legal rules that can be easily understood by others.

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"What The Law Should (and Should Not) Learn From Child

  • In addition to courses focused on the relationship between parent, child and the state, Buss teaches courses in Civil Procedure and Evidence
  • from Yale University in 1982 and her J.D
  • After graduating from law school, she clerked for Judge Louis H

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Will I Pass The Bar Exam: Predicting Student Success Using

  • credits of required courses-twenty-nine in the first year and twenty-six more in upper-level required courses.' These factors produce an alumni base that has a fairly consistent educational experience in law school
  • Also, approximately 90% of Texas Tech Law alumni who take a …

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Notes From The Underground: Integrating Psychological And

  • survey of domestic violence courses in law schools
  • See Mithra Merryman, A Survey of Do-mestic Violence Programs in Legal Education, 28 NEw ENG
  • In-cluded in this statistic are civil or family litigation clinics which teach about domestic vio-

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Credentialism And The Proliferation Of Fake Degrees: The

  • grade-point average of 3.80 based on several grades and courses, including an "A" in Introduction to Sociology; and a "B" in Spanish II)
  • GOV'T ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE, REPORT No
  • GAO-04-1096T, DIPLOMA MILLS: DIPLOMA MILLS ARE EASILY CREATED AND SOME HAVE ISSUED BOGUS

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Client-Centered Lawyering-What It Isn't

possible courses of action.5 "That is client-centered lawyering, which is favored by my colleague, Professor Freedman," the professor said disapprovingly.6 I explained to my colleague that he had seriously misrepresented client-centered lawyering, and suggested that he read what I had actually

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Deconstructing Antisocial Personality Disorder And

  • of Law, where he teaches courses in criminal law, the death penalty, and mental health law
  • We are deeply grateful for the invaluable assistance of the people who reviewed this document and provided thoughtful and valuable edits, suggestions, resources, and assistance: John Edens, Ph.D.;

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The Constitutionality Of Racial Classifications In Public

  • 879 (1955) (per curiam) (striking down segregation on golf courses); Dawson v
  • Mayor of Batt., 220 F.2d 386, 386 (4th Cir
  • 1955) (per curiam), aff'd, 350 U.S

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"Teaching The Art And Craft Of Drafting Public Law

  • But few offer legislative and rule-drafting courses, and even fewer require students to learn how to draft legal rules
  • And the legal profession has yet to adopt a systematic method for drafting legal rules that can be easily understood by others
  • For centuries, lawyers have been notorious for long-winded writing filled with legalese, hyper

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"Domain Knowledge And The Teaching Of Creative Legal

  • This article explores the relationship between students' knowledge of underlying legal doctrine and their ability to learn effective methods of practice in law school skills courses
  • One of the primary goals of skills training in law school, especially clinical legal education, is to teach students how to apply what they have learned in doctrinal courses in the “real world.”

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Hofstraâ•Žs Family Law With Skills Course: Implementing

  • These include the appropriate—and inappropriate—uses of dispute reso-lution processes, new case management techniques in the family courts, the key roles played by profes-sionals from other disciplines in the court system, and current research on such issues as the effects of

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Ethical Decisionmaking And The Design Of Rules Of Ethics

Law school courses are organized around the Model Code of Professional Conduct ("Model Code")' and the Model Rules of Professional Conduct ("Model Rules" or "Rules")2 (together, "Codes"), 3 a majority of states require that bar applicants pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination

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The Effect Of Clinical Education On Law Student Reasoning

  • For example, the recent Carnegie Report on 10
  • Report on the Future of the In-House Clinic, supra note 6, at 512
  • Quigley, Introduction to Clinical Teaching for the New Clinical Law Professor: A View from the First Floor, 28 AKRONL

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"Mediation Skills And Client-Centered Lawyering: A New

  • Most law school mediation courses teach a set of problem-solving skills that are seen as useful in lawyering and that are also taught in other lawyering skills courses
  • By contrast, some mediation courses present a relatively new approach called "transformative mediation" and teach a different set of skills focused primarily on "interactional support" rather than on problem solving.

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Learning Intentionally And The Metacognitive Task

  • with Purpose: Defining and Achieving Desired Outcomes in Clinical Law Courses, 13 CLiniCAL L
  • 807, 822-23 (2007) (advocating that teaching for intentional learning in experiential courses, if done properly, is “the best tool for helping students develop self-directed learning skills”)

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Center For Children, Families And The Law Conferences

  • The Center for Children, Families and the Law was established in 2001 in response to the urgent need for more effective representation for children and families in crisis
  • Through innovative programs such as the Youth Advocacy Clinic and Juvenile Justice Practicum, and unique opportunities to participate in community service, public-policy projects and research, students are able to see how

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Adding Risk Assessment And Negotiation To A Drafting Course

  • The assignment involves the type of
  • preliminary risk assessment that would be a wise step before hiring Canadian counsel
  • law, students need to do at least some preliminary research into Canadian law, which is not as difficult as it might seem.

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Mediation Skills And Client-Centered Lawyering: A New View

mediation, these courses present what is known today as the "trans-formative" approach to mediation.4 In that approach, as explained in many articles and books over the last two decades, the mediator's work focuses not on guiding the parties toward a solution to specific problems, but on supporting them in having a constructive interaction

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"Hofstra’s Family Law With Skills Course: Implementing

  • The Family Law Education Reform Project (FLER ) Final Report documented that the current doctrinally oriented family law curriculum at most law schools does not adequately prepare students for modern family law practice
  • FLER recommended that law school courses move from the study of cases to the study of the legal system’s effect on families, and integrate the study of alternative dispute

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Involuntary Petitions Under The New Bankruptcy Code

  • a debtor, must first explore the available alternative courses
  • No Legal Action Legal action to collect a debt is advisable only if the prospect of recovery outweighs the inconvenience and expense of the col-lection effort
  • Unfortunately for creditors, the ability to recover payment is limited to the amount of the debtor's nonexempt

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"Using Process Observation To Teach Alternative Dispute

  • Over the past decade Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)─a term used to refer to the whole range of nonjudicial dispute resolution processes from arbitration' and mediation"─to negotiation, minitrials and "private judging"─has become the focus of considerable attention in legal scholarship practice, and education
  • Many law schools have moved to introduce introductory courses on ADR into

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"Thinking About Students' Learning: Metacognition Across

  • She offers courses in writing studies, both at the introductory and advanced levels
  • She also teaches courses in literature and women's studies
  • She has published widely in the areas of writing studies, rhetoric, film studies, and Shakespeare
  • Rich served as the Co-PI (with Saryn Goldberg, PI and Amy Masnick) of a National Science

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Legislative Process And Its Judicial Renderings: A Study

  • even offer courses in legislative process, and where they do, they are frequently taught by an adjunct professor
  • Moreover, traditional law school courses do not, and, basically, cannot fulfill this pedagogical task
  • Judge Richard Posner makes this point clearly when he states:

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Hofstra Law Faculty Scholarship Maurice A. Deane School

  • Bridging the Gap: How Introducing Ethical Skills Exercises Will Enrich Learning in First Year Courses, Miriam R
  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Farid But Were Afraid to Ask, Linda Galler

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Hofstra Law Faculty Scholarship Maurice A. Deane School

  • Incorporating Transactional Skills Training Into First-Year Doctrinal Courses, Christina L
  • Kunz, Debra Pogrund Stark, Richard K
  • Minority Interests, Majority Politics: A Comment on Richard Collins’ "Telluride's Tale of Eminent Domain, Home Rule, and Retroactivity", Ashira Ostrow

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Training The Next Generation Of Anti-Corruption Enforcers

  • incorporated within, JD degree courses, LLM curriculum, post-graduate, and/or special certification programs? What would a national agreed-upon curriculum that provides a mandatory minimum exposure to the anti-corruption regime for law students consist of?

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"Incorporating Transactional Skills Training Into First

  • Contracts is not traditionally a transactional course
  • It is a contract litigation course that aims to answer the question, "What do I do if my client wants to escape from a contract or wants a remedy after the other side has breached?" It teaches students how to think like commercial litigators.

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The Family Law Education Reform Project: Final Report

  • As we attempt to assemble a family law curriculum attuned to twenty-first century practice, we will draw upon our colleagues’ wide-ranging expertise and, through the mod-ules, place it at the disposal of family law professors
  • Finally, the FLER Project and this Report attempt to model the interdisciplinary collab-

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"Convocation To Install Ellen Yaroshefsky As The Howard

  • Convocation to Install Ellen Yaroshefsky as the Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished Professor of Legal Ethics From 1994-2016, Ellen Yaroshefsky was a clinical professor of law and the director of the Jacob Burns Center for Ethics in the Practice of Law at the Benjamin N
  • She taught a range of ethics courses, organized symposia, and wrote and lectured in the field of …

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Scholarlycommons   6 days ago  

Hofstra Law Faculty Scholarship Maurice A. Deane School

  • Bridging the Gap: How Introducing Ethical Skills Exercises Will Enrich Learning in First Year Courses, Miriam R
  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Farid But Were Afraid to Ask, Linda Galler

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"Learning Intentionally And The Metacognitive Task" By

  • This article serves both to frame The Pedagogy of Procedure symposium it introduces and to itself explore the importance of metacognition and learning about learning to legal education and lawyering
  • The authors begin by suggesting why Civil Procedure doctrine is so challenging to teach and learn, noting how the symposium pieces help to tackle those challenges.

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"Illegal Designs

  • Her courses include US and International & Comparative Patent Law, Trademark Law, and Intellectual Property
  • Bagley, Margo A., "Illegal Designs? Enhancing Cultural and Genetic Resource Protection Through Design Law" …

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Domain Knowledge And The Teaching Of Creative Legal

  • trinal courses in the "real world." While much has been written about training students in proper methods of practice and problem solving in skills courses, little attention has been paid to the signifi-cance of doctrinal knowledge to this training
  • Reviewing recent cog-nitive psychology research on …

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Manufacturing Solidarity: Adventure Training For Managers

  • other motivational training courses." I
  • OUTDOOR TRAINING PROGRAMS Although wilderness training programs such as Outward Bound have been in existence for many years, their widespread use in the corporate setting began in the 1980's, when American companies

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"The Middle Class And The Law: Contemporary And Historical

  • She teaches courses in the fields of labor and employment law, constitutional law, and administrative law, and has recently taught seminars on Class and the Law and Affirmative Action
  • Her contributions to the study of class and the law focus on how the law reflects and helps to shape our understanding of what it means to be a member of the

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"The Effect Of Clinical Education On Law Student Reasoning

  • During the past thirty years, clinical legal education has become an important component of most law school curricula
  • In clinics, students, typically in their second or third year of law school, represent clients in actual cases in a legal aid office at the law school, pursuant to a court approved "student practice order."' Under the supervision of faculty members, students interview and

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The Restatement Of The Law Governing Lawyers: A View From

  • legal education courses managed jointly with the American Bar Asso-ciation-to an elected Council, a kind of board of directors
  • The Council, including emeritus members, has almost seventy members.' It meets twice a year to conduct business and to review drafts …

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A Study Of The Language & Culture Challenges Facing

For teachers of business and legal courses, this concern can be more difficult to address because, while general intensive language and linguistic programs focusing on English for Academic Purposes (EAP) are available, they are rarely designed to address the unique needs of …

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"The Crisis Exposed By Pari Passu" By Preston M. Torbert

  • Students would learn from courses in the program how contract language would be interpreted by judges and how to draft to avoid the risk of ambiguity and related litigation
  • The article suggests that, given the stickiness of sovereign debt instruments, such a program might not change current practice in these instruments, but it could have an

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"Convocation To Install Joanna L. Grossman As The Sidney

  • Joanna Grossman joined the Hofstra Law faculty in 1999
  • She served as the associate dean for faculty development from 2004-08 and was named the John DeWitt Gregory Research Scholar for 2010-11
  • She teaches Family Law; Wills, Trusts & Estates; and a variety of courses relating to gender and law.

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"Monroe Freedman's Influence On Legal Education" By Peter

  • Monroe Freedman raised questions about lawyers, their role in an adversary system, and the importance of loyalty to clients
  • He also demonstrated that law professors could effectively teach legal ethics not only in a legal ethics course but also in other courses, using his first-year Contracts course as an example.

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'Substantive Administrative Law': A Review Of Recent Texts

be endemic to all procedure courses, and perhaps all that can be done is to make the abstractions somewhat more concrete through supplementary materials.20 The critique mounted by Westwood and Professors Rabin and Robinson and Gellhorn, however, transcends considerations of effective pedagogy.

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Compulsory Corporate Social Responsibility: New York

custom training courses for the signatory, in order to enable its staff to identify possible victims and follow the proper procedure for responding to suspicious activity." Despite its noble undertakings, the Code is voluntary.14 As conscience rather than legislation has guarded our children in the travel 8.

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Thinking Globally: Will National Borders Matter To Lawyers

  • telecommunicated courses came into vogue with U.S
  • and foreign professors co-teaching basic as well as advanced courses
  • As trans-portation costs declined and the modules of higher education (e.g., credits, semesters, and course sequencing) became more standard, faculty exchanges became routine

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'What Do We Need A Mediator For

  • that law schools should prepare students for this task in the courses they offer on ADR.4 2 This scenario is based on one used as part of the Mini-Workshop on Alternative Dispute Resolution at the 1996 Conference of the Association of American Law Schools
  • The opening session of the mini-workshop presented a "role play" of lawyers counseling

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"Researching Judicial Opinions" By Courtney L. Selby

  • Until approximately twenty-five years ago, researching judicial opinions was performed primarily using print resources and finding aids
  • Research texts and courses focused on the use of these print materials but gradually began to include more information about online access to opinions as databases developed ever-more refined and user-friendly ways of assisting researchers

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This Article, in large measure, is designed to introduce one such simulation, with academic and pedagogical support, to further the premise that introducing discussions of ethical layers in the first-year doctrinal courses will enhance both the students' understanding of such first-year courses and the students' own professional identities.

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