Law School Pedagogy: Moving from the 19th Century to 2015
This is a paper I wrote in my first semester of second year law (2L). It has gained quite some traction on academia.edu
First I reached the top 5% of reads within 48 hours.
Then a few days later it reached the top 4%
Then the top 3% (I will add updates as they come)
I was quite pleasantly surprised at the amount of reads, so now I thought I would make this paper more accessible by providing it on my blog as well. This paper is the second piece I posted on the academia site, the first was my thesis.
The law school paper was written as a response to the environment I am studying in and my experiences, which I will be publishing about soon.
I will soon be publishing a small series of blog articles about my experience in law school, including the discrimination that I have witnessed and read about. It will also include some updates on the status of my legal actions I started against the law school.
For now, here is my preliminary offering to law students, especially law students who have experienced bullying from faculty and administration for speaking out and going against the grain, and for anyone else who is interested.
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