COURSE RESERVE MATERIALS FOR
CUNNINGHAM -- THE FUTURE OF LEGAL EDUCATION: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
Bock, H. & Ruyak, R. (2006) Constructing Core Competencies Using Competency
Models to manage Firm Talent. United States: American Bar Association
Hess, G. & Friedland, S. (1999) Techniques for Teaching Law. Durham, North Carolina:
Carolina Academic Press.
Johnstone, R. & Le Brun, M. (1994) The Quiet Revolution. Sydney: The Law Book
K de Groot, John. (1995) Producing a Competent Lawyer. Sydney: Centre for Legal
Lysaght, P., Sloan, A., Clary, B., (2001) Erasing Lines: Integrating the Law School
Curriculum. Minnesota: Thomson-West.
Munro, G. (2000) Outcomes Assessment for Law Schools. Spokane: Gonzaga University.
Narvaez, D. & Rest, J. (1994) Moral Development in the Professions, Psychology and
Applied Ethics. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Packer, H. & Ehrlich, T. (1972) New Directions in Legal Education. New York:
Reed, A. (1921). Training For the Public Profession of the Law. New York: Arno Press
Stuckey, R. & et al. (2007) Best Practices for Legal Education: A Vision and a Road
Map. United States: Clinical Legal Education.
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3 The Complete Lawyer No. 5 (2007): Special Issue on “What Can Law Schools Do Better?” [7 copies of the Table of Contents and Editor's Introduction are in the front pocket -- each student can take one copy]