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THREE NEW SERIES FOR LEGAL SKILLS TRAINING

Teacher and Student

Three new series make it easier for professors to teach practice skills in traditional podium courses.


BRIDGE TO PRACTICE SERIES™

Titles in the Bridge to Practice Series help students hit the ground running when they graduate. These inexpensive casefile-based supplemental texts contain sets of simulations covering a wide array of issues, giving students the opportunity to learn essential lawyering skills. These simulations put students in roles of counselor, oral advocate, and legal writer. Edited by Mike Vitiello (author of the Criminal Procedure and Civil Procedure titles), these books bring legal doctrine to life.



Hear more about this series from the authors.

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DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL SKILLS SERIES

Books in the Developing Professional Skills series can be used to incorporate skills training into traditional doctrinal courses. Edited by Colleen Medill (author of the Property title), these low-cost supplemental texts help you teach skills including legal drafting, client interviewing and counseling, negotiation, advocacy, and policy making. The skills exercises in each book are based on fundamental rules and doctrines learned by reading the professor's primary textbook, which makes it possible to incorporate the skills exercise without sacrificing the scope of coverage or assigning additional reading.

Hear more about this series from series editor Coleen Medill.

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EXPERIENCING SERIES

These primary course books cover the doctrine traditionally covered in the classroom while simultaneously offering experiential exercises that will illustrate the concepts of the subject being taught. The books feature the key cases and cover the doctrine in much the same fashion as other standard casebooks. But while building skills of case analysis is critical, it needn't occupy all of the first year. The books in this series will help support a course that balances traditional case analysis with statutory and rule analysis and experiential education - learning by doing in the presence of an expert teacher.

Hear more about this series from the authors.

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COMING SOON

Contracts Simulations: Bridge to Practice (2014)

Michael P. Malloy (Pacific McGeorge) Deborah R. Gerhardt (North Carolina)

Teacher’s Manual Expected

Evidence Simulations: Bridge to Practice (2013)

Fred Galves (Pacific McGeorge), Edward J. Imwinkelried (California-Davis), Thomas J. Leach (Pacific McGeorge)

Teacher's Manual Available »

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NEW TITLE

Experiencing Business Organizations (2014)

Michael Chasalow (USC)

Teacher's Manual Expected

Experiencing Civil Procedure (2013)

James E. Moliterno (Washington and Lee)

Teacher's Manual Available »

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