53 Duq. L. Rev. [i] (2015)

handle is hein.journals/duqu53 and id is 1 raw text is: Duquesne Law Review
Volume 53, Number 1, Winter 2015
( DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY, 2014-2015
Teaching the Academically
Underprepared Law Student
Foreword:
FOURTH COLONIAL FRONTIER LEGAL WRITING CONFERENCE:
TEACHING THE ACADEMICALLY UNDERPREPARED LAW STUDENT
J a n   M .  L ev in e  ............................................................................................................................ 1
K irsh a  T ry ch ta  ........................................................................................................................... 7
Symposium Articles
UNDERSTANDING THE TETHERED GENERATION:
NET GENS COME TO LAW SCHOOL
M a ry  A n n  B ecker  ....................................................................................................................... 9
CHANGING GEARS TO MEET THE NEW NORMAL IN
LEGAL EDUCATION
C ou rtn ey  G .  L ee  ........................................................................................................................ 3 9
Do MED SCHOOLS Do IT BETTER?
IMPROVING LAW SCHOOL ADMISSIONS BY
ADOPTING A MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSIONS MODEL
R ebecca  C . F la naga n  ............................................................................................................... 75
ARE WE THERE YET? ALIGNING THE EXPECTATIONS AND
REALITIES OF GAINING COMPETENCY IN LEGAL WRITING
S h erri  L ee  K eene  ...................................................................................................................... 99
OF MOBY DICK AND TARTAR SAUCE:
THE ACADEMICALLY UNDERPREPARED LAW STUDENT AND
THE CURSE OF OVERCONFIDENCE
R uth  V ance  &   S usan  S tuart .................................................................................................. 133
EYE OF THE BEHOLDER: HOW PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT
CAN COUNTER STEREOTYPE THREAT AMONG
STRUGGLING LAW STUDENTS
Catherine  M artin  C hristpoher ............................................................................................... 163

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