Entries Tagged as Legal Education
November 25, 2007 · Roger Skalbeck
Concurring Opinions blog announces a kind of free web CILP called The Law Review Table of Contents Project. The full text will be linked for all reviews which have articles on the web, so no need for links to Lexis and Westlaw. Sample from GW L Rev is online.
See post with list of participating journals .
Spotted by Marylin Raisch.
Database News · Legal Education
November 01, 2007 · Barbara R. Monroe
The National Law Journal
reported on Monday that ten law schools, including Georgetown, are engaged in a project to study how law schools operate. The project, described in more detail today in the New York Times
, is being undertaken in response to the 2007 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching report, Educating Lawyers: Preparation for the Profession of Law.
Areas to be addressed are curricula and training, and the group expects to produce a report detailing its conclusions in 2010.
Also available today is a detailed account on choosing law schools with an eye towards earning the highest possible salary after graduation. See the Wall Street Journal'