The Journal of Legal Education released its Winter 2017 issue in January. This issue is focused on research and analysis of legal education reforms globally, including discussions of:
The Winter issue also features two articles: “A Conversation with Justice Stephen Breyer” by Alan B. Morrison (recorded at the 2016 AALS Annual Meeting) and “Classroom Taping Under Legal Scrutiny— A Road Map for a Law School Policy” by Alexis Anderson.
This issue’s “At the Lectern” feature is “E.B. White Could Nod Too: Thoughts Occasioned by Reading ‘Death of a Pig’” by Erik M. Jense.
Three book reviews round out the issue: “Divergent Paths: The Academy and the Judiciary—Richard Posner” reviewed by S.I. Strong, “The Lawyer’s Guide to Writing Well—Tom Goldstein and Jethro K. Lieberman” reviewed by Hemanth C. Gundavaram, and “Caught: The Prison State and the Lockdown of American Politics— Marie Gottschalk” reviewed by Shon Hopwood.
Articles in this issue may be downloaded individually from jle.aals.org, the website AALS launched last year to serve as a repository for current and past issues of the journal as well as subscription, submission, and copyright information.
The Journal of Legal Education (JLE) 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 journal is now under the editorial leadership of Northeastern University School of Law and the University of Washington School of Law.
To learn more about how to submit an article for consideration by the journal, visit jle.aals.org/home/submissions.html.