Vol. 24 No. 2, March - March 2013
- The economics of legal education: a concern of colleagues.
- The failure of Crits and Leftist law professors to defend progressive causes.
- Things that I learned during my first year on the bench that I wish I had known as a trial lawyer.
- No law student left behind.
- Knots in the pipeline for prospective lawyers of color: the LSAT is not the problem and affirmative action is not the answer.
- Law school training: bridging the gap between legal education and the practice of law.
- Getting real about globalization and legal education: potential and perspectives for the U.S.
- Crises, crisis rhetoric, and competition in legal education: a sociological perspective on the (latest) crisis of the legal profession and legal education.
- Regulating lawyers in a liberalized legal services market: the role of education and training.
- Not in my digital backyard: Proposition 35 and California's sex offender username registry.
- Making an urban agriculture small business sector feasible in San Francisco: a "Williamson Act" for California's cities.
- Advisory initiatives as a cure for the ills of direct democracy? A case study of Montana Initiative 166.