55 Duq. L. Rev. [i] (2017)

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            Duquesne Law Review
                 Volume 55, Number  1, Winter 2017
                      ( DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY, 2016-2017


                Drafting   Statutes  and  Rules:
              Pedagogy, Practice, and Politics


Foreword

FIFTH COLONIAL FRONTIER LEGAL WRITING CONFERENCE
DRAFTING STATUTES AND RULES: PEDAGOGY, PRACTICE, AND POLITICS
Jan M. Levine ........................................................1

Symposium Articles

TEACHING THE ART AND CRAFT OF DRAFTING PUBLIC LAW:
STATUTES, RULES, AND MORE
J. Lyn Entrikin & Richard K. Neumann Jr.  ..................... ............9

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT IN THE ERA OF DONALD TRUMP
Jamie R. Abrams.....................................................75

WRITING THE LAW: DEVELOPING THE LAWYER CITIZEN IDENTITY
THROUGH LEGISLATIVE, STATUTORY, AND RULE DRAFTING COURSES
Ann L. Schiavone      .......................................... .......... 119

TEACHING PUBLIC POLICY DRAFTING IN LAW SCHOOL:
ONE PROFESSOR'S APPROACH
Lisa A. Rich           ........................................................151

CAPITAL LAWYERING & LEGISLATIVE CLINIC
Rex D. Frazier......................................................191

Student  Articles

ADJUSTING THE BRIGHT-LINE AGE OF ACCOUNTABILITY WITHIN THE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: RAISING THE AGE OF MAJORITY TO AGE 21
BASED ON THE CONCLUSIONS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDIES REGARDING
NEUROLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND CULPABILITY OF YOUNG-ADULT OFFENDERS
Carly Loomis-Gustafson    .................................... ..........221

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