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Samuels, Linda B.; Coffinberger, Richard L. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2005
Teaching and assessment of student learning are not unrelated activities. Rather, assessment is an integral part of the learning process. Teaching is how instructors help students to discover knowledge and new ideas and ways of organizing and perceiving what they have learned. Assessment of learning incorporates the broad array of techniques that…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Role, Knowledge Level, Instructional Effectiveness
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Denbo, Susan M. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2005
Many business law educators have recognized the importance of teaching students not only the rules of contract law, but the process of implementing these rules in the "real world" of business. This article discusses a contract negotiation exercise that enables students to apply the black letter law of contracts while at the same time honing their…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), Contracts, Undergraduate Study, Business Administration Education
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Olazabal, Ann Morales – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2005
Haiku--the short, often nature-oriented poetry form--is generally intended to engage the reader in a single aesthetic moment. Every word, every syllable, counts, resulting in the reader being drawn quickly and intensely into the poet's unique experience. While legal analysis surely differs from haiku, in both its form and its substance, students…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), Business, Laws, Writing (Composition)
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Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2005
Pfizer, Inc. (hereinafter Pfizer), a U.S.-based pharmaceutical company, states that it is committed to being an "exemplary corporate citizen" that is "dedicated to discovering and developing innovative medicines and making them available to people all around the world." Pfizer boasts about its philanthropic focus, yet, like any…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Study, Business Administration Education, Pharmacy
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Levin, Murray S. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
Business school law courses should promote understanding of legal processes affecting business, help students learn to recognize legal issues and manage legal risks, increase ethical sensitivity, and help students to develop critical thinking skills. To this end, business law and legal environment textbooks tend to focus on ethical and legal…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), Legal Aid, Textbooks, Lawyers
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Bast, Carol; Harrell, Susan W. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
Legal citation, seemingly unchanged for years, has approached a crossroads. The year 2003 marked the publication of the second edition of the "ALWD Citation Manual: A Professional System of Citation." This new citation manual may soon be preferred over "The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation" as the primary reference in legal writing classes…
Descriptors: Law Libraries, Reference Materials, Citation Indexes, Citations (References)
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MacDonald, Diane B.; Ramaglia, Judith A. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
Integrating the liberal arts perspective in the study of international commerce allows students to examine the human side of doing business outside the U.S. and stimulates the imagination by exploring the contributions made to business practices by other cultures. This approach is one way to enrich the student learning experience and to make the…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Study, Business Administration Education, International Trade, Legal Education (Professions)
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Tanner, John; Keaty, Anne; Major, Christopher – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
For decades, faculty in colleges of business who teach various legal courses to business students (hereinafter referred to as legal studies faculty) have been advocates of the need for such law courses in the curricula of their business students. The purpose of this article is to continue the effort to reaffirm business students' need for exposure…
Descriptors: Alumni, Business Education, Graduate Surveys, Occupational Surveys
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Frantz, Paul L.; Wilson, Alex H. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
Finding reliable determinants to successful performance of students has long been an important topic in business education literature. The quest to determine why some students succeed and others fail has driven a great deal of research in both the education and business literature. This area of inquiry is related to assessment of student…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Business Education, Student Characteristics, Academic Achievement
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Boggs, Glenn – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
Those who have taught commercial paper, sometimes referred to as negotiable instruments, to undergraduate business students know all too well that complexity abounds: "Holders in due course!" "Liability of the parties!" Those who have taught in this area also know the fear students experience as these topics are introduced and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Undergraduate Study, Business Administration Education, Team Sports
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Bird, Robert C.; Ponte, Lucille M.; Ferrera, Gerald R.; Lichtenstein, Stephen D. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
Topics like employment discrimination, personal jurisdiction, first amendment and copyright, are commonly taught in many legal environment and business law courses. Law faculty often seek to find new and interesting vehicles for helping their students to better understand and critically analyze these traditional legal concepts. Today's college…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), Legal Problems, Critical Thinking, Teaching Methods
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Yamamoto, Kevin M. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2004
A widespread deeply held belief by law professors is that law reviews are unfairly prejudiced and biased in favor of papers from authors at higher ranked, or more prestigious, institutions. This article was born out of a desire to test a belief held by law professors that those individuals who have positions at higher ranked law schools receive…
Descriptors: Law Schools, Writing for Publication, College Faculty, Beliefs
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