The Westlaw Academic team brings articles relevant to the law school experience.

eBooks and the Future

Oct 4, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

Very few topics seem to be as popular (or controversial) these days in the print industry as eBooks, eTechnology, and eBook readers.

The future of legal education (Part 2): get a mentor

Aug 25, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

New attorneys may graduate with a depth of legal knowledge, but they often don’t have the practical skills they need to succeed

Easy Ways to Make a Difference With Your Students (Back to School – Part 2)

Aug 17, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

We are now one week closer to the start of the semester, and we should all be one week closer to being

Back to School – Part 1

Aug 12, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

It comes every summer for all law teachers, that moment when you realize that your May dreams of a summer of scholarly

The future of legal education (Part 1): post-recession’s new normal

Aug 11, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

Legal academics and law firm leaders alike agree that new lawyers enter the practice of law lacking the real-world skills necessary to effectively serve clients.

Paper Books — RIP?

Jul 22, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

Is it true that paper books are dying a slow death? Or if they are not dying, are they perhaps going the way of LP records: becoming collectors’ items reserved solely for sentimentalists and purists? A lot of people find that to be a troubling prospect.

Robust Turnout at AALL

Jul 16, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

The AALL meeting in Denver was a great success! With over 1,600 librarians attending, the city of Denver had a vast resource

The World of Legal Education and Librarianship is Shifting

Jul 7, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

The world of legal publishing is changing right before our eyes and for you, our customers, the world of legal education and librarianship is shifting as well. I think the question on all of our minds is: where is it going?

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