Journal of Legal Education Summer 2017

Journal of Legal Education Releases Summer 2017 Issue

The Journal of Legal Education (JLE) recently released its Summer 2017 issue. This edition begins by diving into issues on campus related to sexual harassment, Title IX, and academic policies, including the following articles:

This issue also features articles for its ongoing “At the Lectern” series:

Book reviews in this issue include: “Captured by Evil: The Idea of Corruption in Law by Laura Underkuffler” reviewed by Jennifer W. Reynolds; “Engines of Anxiety: Academic Rankings, Reputation, and Accountability by Wendy Nelson Espeland and Michael Sauder” reviewed by Richard Abel; and “Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Feminist Foundations of Family Law by Tracy A. Thomas” reviewed by Paula A. Monopoli.
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.