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Simulating the Litigation Experience: How Mentoring Law Students in Local Cases Can Enrich Training for the Twenty-First Century Lawyer

@article{Anderson2014SimulatingTL,
  title={Simulating the Litigation Experience: How Mentoring Law Students in Local Cases Can Enrich Training for the Twenty-First Century Lawyer},
  author={Jos{\'e} F. Anderson},
  journal={The Review of Litigation},
  year={2014},
  volume={33},
  pages={799}
}
I. THE TRAGEDY OF DEANNA GREEN 799II. WHY SHOULD WE CARE HOW LITIGATION PRACTICE IS TAUGHT? 803III. TRADITIONAL LAW SCHOOL TEACHING V. OTHER LEARNING MODELS 805IV. APPROACH TO THE SIMULATION CLASS OF DEANNA GREEN 812V. CLASS FORMAT 815VI. TEAMWORK COMPONENT OF THE SIMULATION 820VII. CLASS PROJECTS AND EVALUATIONS 827VIII. ATTENDANCE AT COURT HEARINGS 830IX. LEGISLATIVE REFORMS 830X. CONCLUSION 832I. The Tragedy of Deanna GreenIt was an unthinkable event. On May 6, 2006, fourteen-year-old Deanna… Expand
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