Journal Description

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts on legal education, broadly defined, including teaching methods, curricular reform, learning styles, and other aspects of classroom teaching. It also covers all aspects of the broader enterprise of legal education including admissions issues, alumni issues, costs of legal education, law school administration, the task of fostering research, and the matching of law graduates with productive employment. We welcome abstracts and, where possible full-text of working papers, papers already committed for publication, and recently published articles.

Editors: Hannah R. Arterian, Syracuse University, and Jeremy R. Paul, Northeastern University