17 Chap. L. Rev. [i] (2013-2014)

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Volume 17                 Fall 2013               Number 1
V 2013 by Chapman Law Review
ARTICLES
Tethered to Tradition: Toward an Innovative Model for
Legal Education
David M. Moss................................ 1
The Fully Formed Lawyer: Why Law Schools Should
Require Public Service to Better Prepare Students for
Private Practice
Sara K. Rankin.    .....................    .......... 17
What Can We Do on Monday to Improve Our Teaching?
David S. Levine                  .......................... 29
Specialization in Law and Business: A Proposal for a
JD/MBL Curriculum
Robert J. Rhee................................ 37
A Way Forward for an Ailing Legal Education Model
James E. Moliterno........................ 73
We Have a Dream: Integrating Skills Courses and Public
Interest Work in the First Year of Law School (and
Beyond)
Sara K Rankin, Lisa Brodoff, and Mary Nicol
Bowman                           ......................................... 89
Using the Client-File Method to Teach Transactional Law
Bradley T. Borden     ....................... ..... 101
Strategic Austerity: How Some Law School Affordability
Initiatives Could Actually Improve Learning Outcomes
R. Michael Cassidy     ............................. 119

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