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Reaching Today’s Law Students: Tips for Starting the New School Year

By Sara Berman and Andrea[Andi] Curcio Today’s students are more diverse, raised on the Internet and social media, used to skimming rather than reading closely, communicate via texts, tweets and gifs, and often learn from youtube videos. Many students grew … Continue reading

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IN THE MAIL: The Geometry of Wealth: How To Shape A Life Of Money And Meaning. Plus, Today’s Gol…

IN THE MAIL: The Geometry of Wealth: How To Shape A Life Of Money And Meaning. Plus, Today’s Gold Box and Lightning Deals. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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"What Tocqueville Would Think of Today’s Criminal Justice Reforms"

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Age Discrimination and Today’s Workplace on “Where We Live”

Earlier this week, I made my long-awaited (ok, long-awaited by ME) return on WNPR’s ever-popular “Where We Live” show. As always, I’m thankful for the invite. My appearances date back quite some time (remember pizza and child labor in 2010?), … Continue reading

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HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: “Today’s higher education implosion news comes from my graduate a…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: “Today’s higher education implosion news comes from my graduate alma mater, Claremont Graduate University, which emailed everyone yesterday about the imminent closure of its graduate program in philosophy. I’ll update this if I get any better … Continue reading

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