Hierarchies Of Elitism And Gender: The Bluebook And The ALWD Guide

13 April 2021

TaxProf Blog (By Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares a Pace Law Review article by Professor Steven K. Homer (University of New Mexico Law) that explores the role of elitism and gender bias behind the selection of citation guides.

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CFP: Association for Law, Property & Society

13 April 2021

The Faculty Lounge (By Kim Krawiec) — Professor Krawiec (Duke Law) shares information regarding the Association for Law, Property & Society’s virtual 2021 Annual Meeting and associated call for papers.

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Call for Proposals for the Third Annual Equality Law Scholars’ Forum

13 April 2021

The Faculty Lounge (By Bridget Crawford) — Professor Crawford (Pace Law) shares an announcement regarding a call for proposals for the upcoming Equality Law Scholars’ Forum this fall.

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LSAC: Law School Policies And Practices — Justice-Impacted Individuals

13 April 2021

TaxProf Blog (By Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares an article by Elizabeth Bodamer and Debra Langer (LSAC) that details the results of a survey of law schools admission policies related to individuals impacted by the justice system.

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Noise in Law School Grading

31 March 2021

The Volokh Conspiracy (By Michael Abramowicz) — Professor Abramowicz (George Washington Law) analyzes an article that explores the quality of grading by law professors and the opportunities that are denied to students when first-year grades are lower than final overall GPAs.

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The Ten Smallest Towns With Law Schools

31 March 2021

TaxProf Blog (By Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares a chart from National Jurist listing the ten smallest towns with law schools in the US.

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Help Your Provost Help You During Promotion And Tenure Decisions

31 March 2021

TaxProf Blog (By Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares an article by professor Nancy B. Rapoport (University of Nevada Boyd Law) that explores how law faculty can help make the case for their tenure and promotion when it comes to university-level review.

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Please Send Materials for This Year’s Resource Share

31 March 2021

Indisputably (By John Lande) — Professor Lande (University of Missouri Law) is asking law faculty to submit class materials and resources to share during a session at the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s upcoming virtual conference.

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Building An Anti-Racist Law School At Penn State-Dickinson

31 March 2021

TaxProf Blog (By Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares recent research and publications from Penn State Dickinson Law on incorporating antiracist teaching and programs in law school.

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Deo: The End of Affirmative Action

31 March 2021

TaxProf Blog (By Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares an article by professor Meera E. Deo (Thomas Jefferson Law) that looks at the challenges to affirmative action policies. She analyses data from the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE) to inform the creation of policies to improve equity and inclusion for students….

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