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LRW Takes the Lead: Coordinating with Doctrinal Classes. Lance N. Long Professor of Legal Skills Stetson University College of Law. Something New?. What Are We Talking About?. Not integration (Combined Torts and LRW) Not “Subject Focused” Not a Clinic/LRW collaboration

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lrw takes the lead coordinating with doctrinal classes

LRW Takes theLead: Coordinating with Doctrinal Classes

Lance N. Long

Professor of Legal Skills

Stetson University College of Law

what are we talking about
What Are We Talking About?
  • Not integration (Combined Torts and LRW)
  • Not “Subject Focused”
  • Not a Clinic/LRW collaboration
  • Instead, a coordination or collaboration with a separate casebook class taught at the same time.
four possible variations
Four Possible Variations
  • Coordinate with Another Professor’s Casebook Class
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Why?
  • Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
  • Cognitive Overload
  • Transference