Bringing the Educational Reforms of the Cramton Report into the Case Method Classroom—Two Models

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This Article advocates that the Cramton Report's reforms' not be confined to the so-called "skills" courses but be considered with reference to all law school courses, including those employing the traditional case method approach.

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Case teaching method, Law schools, Legal education, United States, American Bar Association. Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar

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Gene R. Shreve (George Washington University)

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