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Presentation
Finding and Filling Gaps for a Comprehensive, Progressive Skills Program: Creating Life-Long Experiential Learners by Coordinating 1L Legal Research and Writing with Upper-Level Experiential Learning Courses
Legal Writing Institute Biennial (2016)
  • Maureen R. Van Neste, Boston College Law School
  • Elizabeth De Armond, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Abstract
Discussed a new Praxis certificate program, and showed how close collaboration between first-year and upper-level faculty can lead to a progressive, comprehensive skills curriculum that can promote students’ development in specific core practice competencies.
Disciplines
Publication Date
July 13, 2016
Location
Portland, OR
Citation Information
Maureen R. Van Neste and Elizabeth De Armond. "Finding and Filling Gaps for a Comprehensive, Progressive Skills Program: Creating Life-Long Experiential Learners by Coordinating 1L Legal Research and Writing with Upper-Level Experiential Learning Courses" Legal Writing Institute Biennial (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/maureen-vanneste/1/