Individualized Instruction

TEACHING THE LAW SCHOOL CURRICULUM, Steven Friedland, Gerald F. Hess, eds., Carolina Press, 2004

University of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper Series

Posted: 28 Sep 2009

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Ann Sinsheimer

University of Pittsburgh - School of Law

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

Suggested Citation

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: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1479768

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