College of Law

Leadership in Legal Education - Issue XV

Volume 50 · Number 2 · Winter 2019

View table of contents or click below to read articles from this issue. The Leadership in Legal Education series is published by The University of Toledo Law Review. Visit the series list to explore more volumes.


Reflections on Stepping Down
by Gail B. Agrawal


Love's Labor Found
by Nicholas W. Allard


A Dean's Roadmap to Diversity and Inclusion: The University of Houston Law Center as a Template for Success
by Leonard M. Baynes


Audacious Is Not a Four Letter Word: Is Bold Big Enough For Legal Education?
by Luke Bierman


The Rise of the Creative Law School
by Gregory W. Bowman


Legal Education Unbundled (and Rebundled)
by Megan M. Carpenter


Deaning Redux – Walking It Back
by Thomas C. Galligan


The Law School Dean Game: "What's It Like To Be a Law School Dean?"
by Thomas Geu


The Judicial Dean
by J. Rich Leonard


Faculty Morale During and After an Emergency: UPR Law Before and After Hurricane Maria
by Vivian I. Neptune-Rivera


The SULC Urban Law, Technology, & Research Academy Initiative
by John Pierre & Robert Furnier


What's Really Wrong With Legal Education and What You Can Do About It
by Lawrence Ponoroff

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