Teaching Law by Design

Engaging Students from the Syllabus to the Final Exam

Second Edition

by Michael Hunter Schwartz, Sophie M. Sparrow, Gerald F. Hess

Tags: Law School Teaching

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340 pp  $44.00

ISBN 978-1-61163-701-4
eISBN 978-1-5310-0477-4

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Professors Michael Hunter Schwartz, Sophie Sparrow, and Gerry Hess, leaders in legal education, have collaborated to offer a second edition of their book. Applying the research on teaching and learning, this book guides new and experienced law teachers through the process of designing and teaching a course. The book addresses how to plan a course, design a syllabus, plan individual class sessions, engage and motivate students, use a variety of teaching techniques, assess student learning, and how to be a life-long learner as a teacher. New chapters focus on creating lasting learning, experiential learning, and troubleshooting common teaching challenges.

This text is part of CAP's Law School Teaching list. Complimentary copies of these texts are not available, as they are intended for professional development and are not designed for student use. Please contact sarah@cap-press.com with any questions about our Law School Teaching titles.