Journal of Legal Education Releases Two New Issues

The Journal of Legal Education recently released two issues. Issue 69-1 includes a collection of articles addressing explores gender inequality and the legal academy edited by Northeastern University School of Law. It features the following articles.

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In addition, Stephanie Roberts Hartung reviews the book Beyond One L: Stories About Finding Meaning and Making a Difference in Law by Nancy Levit and Allen Rostron; Neil Hamilton reviews the book The Formation of Professional Identity: The Path from Student to Lawyer, by Emery Longan, Daisy Hurst Floyd, and Timothy W. Floyd.

 


 

The second recent issue, 69-2, includes a collection of articles reflecting on the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE), its history, and how schools can use the survey to improve the student experience. It also includes five stand-alone articles covering topics related to law teaching and law school administration. Edited by Northeastern University School of Law and American University Washington College of Law, the issue features the following articles:

General Articles

LSSSE Articles

These and other past issues are available at jle.aals.org.