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FAMILY LAW EDUCATION REFORM PROJECT: A FACULTY PERSPECTIVE

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greg.lampe@uwc.edu

Abstract

The Family Law Education Reform Project Report calls for shifting the family law teaching paradigm from a focus on case-based analysis toward a problem-solving, interdisciplinary approach. This essay encourages law professors to take seriously this shifting teaching and learning paradigm. Aligning family law curriculum with the realities of practicing family law is a critical step in this process. This essay discusses the numerous intellectual challenges family law professors will face as they reflect on the proposed FLER Project curriculum.

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