Michael Hunter Schwartz is Dean and Professor of Law at William H. Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Gerald F. Hess is Professor of Law at Gonzaga University. Sophie M. Sparrow is Professor of Law at the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
This book fills an enormous vacuum in law teaching literature.
Based on painstaking, methodical, individual attention to 26
carefully-selected law professors from around the country, it
presents cogent, inspiring, and concrete approaches to teaching and
student-teacher relationships in the voices of the teachers and
their students themselves.--Jean Koh Peters, Yale University
Reading this book is like sitting down and having extensive conversations with excellent teaching mentors. It is a wonderful addition to the professional mentorship that is so important yet often so lacking in faculty development.--Alison Grey Anderson, University of California, Los Angeles
The authors present several interesting ideas relevant to teaching and learning law, ideas that should flourish at a time when law schools are seeking ways to reinvent themselves. The intended reach of this book, primarily teachers of law, is narrow, but teachers of all subjects stand to benefit.-- (10/28/2013)