2013 J. Disp. Resol. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/jdisres2013 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
VOLUME 2013, NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM
Reforming Legal Education to Prepare Law Students Optimally
for  Real-W orld  Practice .................................................................................................... John  Lande
The Hidden Curriculum of Legal Education: Toward a Holistic
M odel for  Reform   ...................................................................................................... D avid  M . M oss  19
Cornerstones, Curb Cuts, and Legal Education kcform .................................... Judith Welch Wegner  33
Educating Law Students for the Practice: If I Had My Druthers ......................... Solomon Oliver, Jr.  85
Training the Heads, Hands and Hearts of Tomorrow's Lawyers:
A  Problem  Solving  Approach ............................................................................ Lisa  A. Kloppenbcrg  103
What Do Clients Want From Their Lawyers? .................................................. Clark D. Cunningham  143
Out of the Shadows: What Legal Research Instruction Reveals
About Incorporating Skills throughout the Curriculum .................................... Barbara Glesner Fines  159
NOTES
The Labor-Relations Privilege: How Far Can We Tip the Scales to
H ide  the  Truth? ......................................................................................................... Joanna  L. B yrne  197
You Can't Have Your Trust and Defeat It Too: Why Mandatory
Arbitration Provisions in Trusts Are Enforceable, and Why State
Courts Arc  Getting  It W rong  ............................................................................. Rachel M . Hirshberg  213
Read Between the Lines: Considering the Party Agreement When
Determining Arbitrability in Bilateral Investment Treaties ............................................ Ryan Nichols  233
Determining Arbitrability of the Dispute: The Clear and Unmistakable
Standard for Choice of Law in Arbitration Agreements ............................................. Kristen Sanocki  251

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