Tag Archives: Outcomes

Guest Post: Improving Securities Class Action Outcomes Through Early Damages Analysis

Doug Greene John McCarrick In the following guest post, Doug Greene and John McCarrick take a look at the way that securities class action lawsuits settle and make a suggestion of a way for D&O insurers and defense counsel to … Continue reading

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Friday Roundup: Experiential Learning, Legal Outcomes, Legal Ethics, and More

A roundup of the week’s news from the worlds of legal technology and innovation: Albany Law program will prepare students for high-tech careers. Three upstate New York educational institutions — Albany Law School, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, and the Research Foundation for SUNY … Continue reading

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Sure outcomes rarely exist in criminal defense – Virginia Supreme Court

Sure outcomes are rare in criminal defense, says Fairfax criminal lawyer. Sure outcomes should never be relied upon in criminal defense. We need look no further than the many split decisions of the United States Supreme Court to know that, … Continue reading

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New Rubrics Available to Help Law Schools that Have Adopted Learning Outcomes Related to Professional Identity Formation

By: Professor Benjamin V. Madison, III   A recent blog by Andi Curcio and Dean Alexis Martinez addressed the manner in which well-developed rubrics help law schools in program assessment. As newcomers to assessment of program learning outcomes, see Article, … Continue reading

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Assessing Institutional Learning Outcomes Using Rubrics: Lessons Learned

By: Professor Andi Curcio & Dean Alexis Martinez Experience confirms using rubrics to assess institutional learning outcomes is relatively easy and cost-effective. It is also an iterative process. Below we share some of the lessons we learned as we engaged … Continue reading

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