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June 29, 2009

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Tracy McGaugh

It's great to see casebook profs moving beyond cases and hypos. Students often have difficulty seeing how the doctrine they learn translates into practice, so these types of activities and assignments are critical to the students' growth as young attorneys. This kind of teaching also helps students see professors as "real" lawyers instead of folks who just couldn't hack it in the profession.

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