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Implementing Effective Education in Specific Contexts
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  • Ruth Anne Robbins, Rutgers School of Law - Camden
  • Amy E. Sloan, University of Baltimore School of Law
  • Kristen Konrad Robbins-Tiscione, Georgetown University
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Book Chapter
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This chapter of Building on Best Practices: Transforming Legal Education in a Changing World includes contributions from many authors:

  • Section A, The Socratic Method, is by Elizabeth G. Porter
  • Section B, Analysis, Research, and Communication in Skills-Focused Courses, is by Ruth Anne Robbins, Amy Sloan & Kristen K. Tiscione
  • Section C, Use of Technology in Teaching, is by Michele Pistone and Warren Binford
  • Section D, Law Libraries and Legal Education, is by Jonathan Franklin
  • Section E, Cross-Border Teaching and Collaboration, is by Kimberly D. Ambrose, William H. D. Fernholz, Catherine F. Klein, Dana Raigrodski, Stephen A. Rosenbaum & Leah Wortham
  • Section F, Experiential Education, includes:
    • Incorporating Experiential Education Throughout the Curriculum, by Deborah Maranville with Cynthia Batt, Lisa Radtke Bliss & Corolyn Wilkes Kaas
    • Delivering Effective Education in In-House Clinics, by Lisa Radtke Bliss & Donald C. Peters
    • Delivering Effective Education in Externship Programs, by Carolyn Wilkes Kaas with Cynthia Batt, Dena Bauman & Daniel Schaffzin, and
    • Ensuring Effective Education in Alternative Clinical Models, by Deborah Maranville

Citation Information
Implementing Effective Education in Specific Contexts, in Building on Best Practices: Transforming Legal Education in a Changing World (Deborah Maranville, Lisa Radtke Bliss, Carolyn Wilkes Kaas & Antoinette Sedillo Lopez eds., 2015), chapter 5