Legal Learning

 

Law Students are Different from the General Population: Empirical Findings Regarding Learning Styles, 17 Perspecitives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 155 (2009), by Robin Boyle, Jeffrey Minnetti & Andrea Honigsfeld.

Humanizing Legal Education: An Introduction to a Symposium Whose Time Came, 47 Washburn Law Journal 236 (2008) by Michael Schwartz.

Law School and Bar Examination Performance: Developing an Empirical Model to Test Whether Required Writing Exercises or Other Changes in Large-Section Law Class Teaching Methodologies Result in Improved Exam Performance, 57 J. Legal Educ. 195 (2007), by Andrea A. Curcio et al.

Harnessing the Extraordinary Power of Learning Teams, in Team Based Learning: A Transformative Use of Small Groups (Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, 2004)(eds. Larry Michaelsen, Arletta Knight, and Dee Fink).