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Author Archives: Amanda Reilly
The Case Development Initiative (CDI) at Harvard Law School recently debuted a new case study on the HLS Case Studies website. CDI develops role plays and case studies based on strategic and organizational issues faced by legal organizations. These cases … Continue reading
The Case Development Initiative (CDI) at Harvard Law School debuted a new case study on the HLS Case Studies website. CDI is a program that develops role plays and case studies based on strategic and organizational issues that those in … Continue reading
By Amanda Reilly It might seem self-evident that teaching is learner-centered, but the traditional lecture and rote memorization model actually doesn’t put students first. To address this issue, Dr. Maryellen Weimer wrote Learner-Centered Teaching: Five Key Changes to Practice. … Continue reading
Dan Nagin, Clinical Professor of Law and director of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center, will serve as Harvard Law School’s first Vice Dean for Experiential and Clinical Programs. In this position, Nagin will work to build the school’s experiential offerings … Continue reading
The InfiLaw System, a for-profit company that owns several law schools and professional development firms, is challenging the status quo in legal education in a way similar to for-profit education companies such as University of Phoenix, Strayer, and DeVry. However, … Continue reading
“There is almost universal agreement that the current system is broken,” said Thomas W. Lyons III, ABA Task Force member, at an ABA Task Force meeting in Dallas earlier this year. In August, the American Bar Association’s Task Force released … Continue reading