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An informal discussion of simulation in legal education : SIMPLE in the US?

Maharg, Paul and Barton, Karen and McKellar, Patricia and Mayer, John Peter (2008) An informal discussion of simulation in legal education : SIMPLE in the US? In: Transforming Legal Education - CALI Conference for Law School Computing - University of Maryland, 2008-06-19 - 2008-06-21. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

The keynote speaker, Paul Maharg will join Karen Barton and Patricia McKellar, two lecturers who have taught using SIMPLE simulations in the Glasgow Graduate Program to informally talk about the nuts and bolts of creating and using simulations in actual law school courses. The session will also seek to determine if there is sufficient interest for CALI to support a SIMPLE project for US law schools