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October 23, 2006

A new blog project: Law School Innovation (LSI)

Proving my blog addiction yet again, I have decided to start a new blog: Law School Innovation (LSI).   As highlighted in this mission statement, my goal is to create a forum for discussing ... law school innovations (and I am hoping LSI will develop into a group blog). 

I now have two substantive posts up at LSI: this post discusses regularly hosting real oral arguments at law schools, and this post asks readers to report on innovative law school courses.

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