The Architecture of Legal Education (literally)

“When I started graduate school in law, I took a seminar on legal education. Our first assignment was to reflect on the relationship between space and learning – how, for example, a lecture hall feels different than a seminar room, how chairs in rows give rise to a different learning experience than chairs in a circle. It was an eye-opening experience as each student shared her or his own take on the question …” (more)

[Dean Sossin’s Blog, 9 January]


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