Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Value-Added Law Schools

Jason Solomon (Georgia) has an interesting series of posts on PrawsBlawg on taking back the U.S. News law school rankings and producing a "Voters' Guide" to assess the "value added" for students at different law schools:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an argument that law schools should offer concise teaching on black letter law, by offering students materials like the concise BarBri Conviser Mini Review, so that students can get a broad and focused view of how the law is currently implemented and actually works. So that they have more of a base to build upon in analyzing theoretical legal issues professors like to wax upon so much, so students can move on to higher level concepts and questions more quickly and confidently, with a more rigorous intellectual base/background to theorize upon--which professors often neglect to realize that their students may not have yet, or ever, in the process of their law school education.

8/30/2008 2:18 PM  

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