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                                            Volume III, Humber 1
                                                      FALL AI 2014
               INSTITUTE        FOR

  Lt L         AW TEACHING AND LEARNING


Co-Directors' Corner

Conferences Bring out the Best

  We're nearing the end of our first year co-directing the
Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, and so far, we
haven't broken anything major. Our two 2014 conferences
were wildly successful. We welcomed our new sponsor
school, the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, into the
Institute family by descending in droves upon Little Rock
and soaking up expertise about assessment methods for all
aspects of the law school curriculum.

  In June, law professors from around the globe met at
Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago to hear
from twelve of the professors featured in What the Best Law
Teachers Do, the book co-written by our Institute consultants,
Michael Hunter Schwartz, Gerry Hess, and Sophie Sparrow.
In fact, five of the Best Law Teachers-Meredith Duncan,
Paula Franzese, Heather Gerken, Nancy Knauer, and
Ruthann Robson-have contributed essays based on their
conference publications to this issue of The Law Teacher. Be
sure to check those out.

  And as always, we're delighted with the pieces selected for
publication in this issue. We are consistently amazed, and
we hope you will be as well, with the quality and creativity
of our fellow law professors.

  In fact, we're in the process of planning our conferences for


1 I THE LAW TEACHER I FALL 2014

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