For those of you who are familiar with this blog, you may notice a new link for the “Legal Education, ADR, and Practical Problem-Solving (LEAPS) Project.”
A brief description of LEAPS from Jim Hilbert at William Mitchell College of Law follows:
LEAPS is a project of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Law Schools Committee. We have recently launched the website and initiated what we call a “community organizing” effort to encourage faculty to talk with colleagues at their law schools, as described on the “engaging colleagues” page of our website. This project is devoted to increasing instruction in practical problem solving in legal education by integrating it into the curriculum in various ways.
If you have a chance, take a quick look and let the readers know what you think!
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