Hofstra Law Review


Deborah Moritz


The article discusses legal education in America and the author's efforts to implement real-world experiences and events into a Legal Research and Writing course classroom at the University of Wisconsin Law School. The methods used to teach law students in the U.S. are addressed, along with the inability of some law school graduates to find employment in the legal field. Lessons involving client interviewing and the practice of law are examined, along with collaborative projects.

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