Journal of Legal Education Issue Explores New Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence, Pedagogy, Legal Scholarship, and More

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The recently released issue 71-3 of the Journal of Legal Education covers a broad spectrum of subjects central to the legal academy. Article topics include ChatGPT’s performance on the bar exam, approaches to teaching and designing curricula, a guide to archetypal legal scholarship, the future of law licensing, and methods of fostering law student and lawyer well-being. This issue was edited by American University Washington College of Law and Northeastern University School of Law and features the following articles:


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* Editor’s note: Online article corrects editorial errors made in the print edition.