Volume 7   Issue 1

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Introduction

Luke Bierman and Brittany M. Teague

ARTICLES

Experience the future: Papers from the second national symposium on experiential education in law

Alliance for Experiential Learning in Law

Experiential education: Lessons from abroad

Antonette Barilla

A Practice Continuum: Integrating experiential education into the classroom

Cynthia Batt

The Integrated curriculum of the future: Eliminating a hidden curriculum to unveil a new era of collaboration, practical training, and interdisciplinary learning

Christine Cerniglia Brown

Preparing for the future of law: Lessons from a new engineering school

Debbie Chachra

Learning communities: A new model for legal education

Nancy J. Knauer

Client Problem Solving: Where ADR and Lawyering Skills Meet

Katherine R. Kruse, Bobbi McAdoo and Sharon Press

The Lean Legal Clinic: Cost-Effective Methods of implementing experiential education

Jessica D. Gabel

Beyond Curricular Tinkering: Real Reform of Legal Education (Broadly Considered)

J.P. "Sandy" Ogilvy

De Minimus Content Discrimination: The Vexing Matter of Sign-Ordinance Exemptions

Marc Rohr

So Why Not an Experiential Law School . . . Starting with Reflection in the First Year?

Daniel M. Schaffzin

The Integrated Curriculum of the Future: Integrating First-Year Legal Writing with Other Lawyering Skills

Nancy Schultz

Problem Solving for First-Year Law Students

Joseph William Singer and Todd D. Rakoff

NOTES

A Myriad of Solutions? A Guide for Biotech Companies in Rsponse to the Myriad & Mayo Decisions 

Christopher W. Genheimer

North Carolina's Puppy Mill Problem: New Commercial Breeding Standards Won't Solve the Problem, But They're a Start

Mitch A. Montgomery