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Individualized Instruction


Ann Sinsheimer


University of Pittsburgh - School of Law


TEACHING THE LAW SCHOOL CURRICULUM, Steven Friedland, Gerald F. Hess, eds., Carolina Press, 2004
University of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper Series

Abstract:     
Individualized instruction is a major component of Professor Ann Sinsheimer’s Legal Analysis and Writing course. While the class meets as a group to cover the general principles for legal analysis and the format for legal documents, such as memorandum and appellate briefs, Professor Sinsheimer also meets with students several times a semester for individual conferences. It is during these one-on-one sessions that much learning occurs. In this work, Professor Sinsheimer shares her effective individualized instruction method.

Keywords: legal writing, legal analysis, legal education, individualized instruction, legal instruction, methodology, individual conferences, student conferences, student-teacher conferences, legal analysis and writing, law school, teaching, law students

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Date posted: September 28, 2009  

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Sinsheimer, Ann, Individualized Instruction. TEACHING THE LAW SCHOOL CURRICULUM, Steven Friedland, Gerald F. Hess, eds., Carolina Press, 2004; University of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper Series. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1479768

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Ann Sinsheimer (Contact Author)
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law ( email )
3900 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
United States
412-648-1281 (Phone)
412-648-2648 (Fax)
HOME PAGE: http://www.law.pitt.edu/faculty/profiles/sinsheimera

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