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by Christina Glon Last summer, I was fortunate enough to attend the 2015 Teaching Professor Conference, a national conference specifically designed for college professors that includes Atlanta as a favorite venue. One of the sessions I attended was entitled Setting the Learning … Continue reading
I have not kept it a secret from my devoted readers that I am attending law school part-time while working full time. I have the pleasure of taking my first non-elective course this summer in a field that I am … Continue reading
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I try to give students in my specialized legal research class in administrative law a practical final project that integrates the research strategies and resources we’ve discussed throughout the course. Last year, I gave them a regulation that was open … Continue reading
Today in my specialized legal research class we will talk about locating administrative decisions. This gives me a chance to spotlight one of my favorite web sites. The University of Virginia’s government documents department has developed a web site that … Continue reading