The Journal of Legal Education (JLE) recently released its Spring 2017 issue. This edition begins with a detailed history of the founding of the AALS Section on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues, including discussions of:
This issue also features articles addressing the American Bar Association (ABA) Accreditation Standard 405(c), which sets minimum standards for the employment terms of clinical faculty at accredited law schools:
Book reviews in this issue include: “The Burger Court and the Rise of the Judicial Right—Michael Graetz and Linda Greenhouse” reviewed by Alan B. Morrison; “Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation—The Worst System of Citation Except for All the Others” reviewed by David J.S. Ziff; and “Practical Citation System—Berkeley Journal of Gender Law and Justice” reviewed by William R. Slomanson.
The Journal of Legal Education, under the editorial leadership of Northeastern University School of Law and the University of Washington School of Law, addresses issues of importance to legal educators, including curriculum development, teaching methods, and scholarship. Published since 1948, it is an outlet for emerging areas of scholarship and teaching.
The JLE website run by AALS serves as a repository for current and past issues of the JLE as well as subscription, submission, and copyright information.