Looking to add experiential learning to your law school course but not sure where to start or what to add? There’s a list for that!
As we start another school year, let me take this chance to mention the list of experiential learning resources that I maintain and update on an ongoing basis. You can access it here:
In the list, you’ll find experiential learning resources sorted by topic, including books, articles, simulation ideas and examples, and links to numerous databases that host even more materials.
Don’t see a resources that you are familiar with? Or have an idea that isn’t on the list? Send it to me! I update the list regularly, and I’d love to add your materials so the international community benefits from your ingenuity.
I should highlight especially that the list includes the ABA Guidance Memo on experiential learning. As we enter a year of site visits that will address, among other topics, the revised 303(a)(3) and 304 standards on experiential learning requirements and simulation courses, you’ll want to be familiar with that memo’s recommendations.
Hope to receive your list suggestions soon!
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