Experiential Learning Lab

Publications

The Lab publishes, or supports the publication of, materials for experiential professional training that integrate the technical, the theoretical, and the practical and directly address the ethical and the interactive aspects of practice.

The Lawyer’s Practice: A Context and Practice Case File
(2011; Carolina Academic Press).
Kris Franklin, New York Law School

Casebooks, Learning Theory, and the Need to Manage Uncertainty
in Edward Rubin, ed., Legal Education in the Digital Age (2012; Oxford Press)

Contemporary Issues in Outcomes-Based Legal Education: Learning from Dramatized Outcomes
(2012) 38(3) William Mitchell Law Review 1146-1159
Peggy Cooper Davis, NYU Law
James Webb, NYU

Making Law Students Healthy, Skillful, and Wise
(2011/12) 56(2) New York Law School Law Review 487-515
Peggy Cooper Davis, NYU Law
Ebony Coletu, American University in Cairo
Bonita London, Stony Brook University

Wentao Yuan, NYU Law

Law Games:  Exercises in Thinking Like a Lawyer
(work in progress)
Peggy Cooper Davis, NYU Law
Aderson Belgarde Francois, Georgetown Law
Kris Franklin, New York Law

The Lab also serves as a repository for affiliates' other publications about professional pedagogy:

Desegregating Legal Education
(2010) 26 Georgia State University Law Review  1271
Peggy Cooper Davis, NYU Law

See Erie”: Critical Study of Legal Authority
(2008-2009) 31 University of Arizona Law Review 109
Kris Franklin, New York Law

Slay the Three-Headed Demon
(2008) 43 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review  619
Peggy Cooper Davis, NYU Law

Thinking Like a Lawyer
(2005) 81 North Dakota Law Review  795
Peggy Cooper Davis, NYU Law
Aderson Francois, Georgetown Law

 "Hey! There's Ladies Here!!,"
(1998) 73 New York University Law Review  1022
Sarah Berger, Angela Olivia Burton, Peggy Cooper Davis,
Elizabeth Ehrenfest-Steinglass, Robert Levy

A Dialogue About Socratic Teaching
(1998) 23 New York University Review of Law and Social Change  249
Peggy Cooper Davis & Elizabeth Ehrenfest-Steinglass

Making Our Clients' Stories Heard
(2008)
Anthony G. Amsterdamn & Philip Meyer

Stories Told and Untold:Lawyering Theory Analyses of the First Rodney King Assault Trial 
(2005) 25 Clinical L. REV. 1
Anthony G. Amsterdamn, Todd Edelman, Randy Hertz, Rachel Shapiro Janger, Sonya Rudenstine and Robin Walker-Sterling

Minding the Law
(2000) Harvard University Press
Anthony G. Amsterdamn & Jerome Brunner

Thurgood Mashall's Image of the Blue-Eyed Child in Brown 
(1993) 68 N.Y.U. L. REV. 226
Anthony G. Amsterdamn & Jerome Brunner

An Analysis of Closing Arguments to a Jury
(1992) 37 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 55
Anthony G. Amsterdamn & Randy Hertz

Performing Interpretation: A Legacy of Civil Rights Lawyering in Brown v. Board of Education, in RACE, LAW and CULTURE
(1997) Oxford University Press
 Peggy Cooper Davis 

Law and Lawyering: Legal Studies with an Interactive Focus
(1992) 37 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 185
 Peggy Cooper Davis 

A Demonstration of Hierarchy and "Feminine" Style
(1991) 66 N.Y.U. L. REV. 1635
 Peggy Cooper Davis 

Lawyering By The Book: Theories of Practice
(2005) New York University School of Law
Aderson Francois & Peggy Cooper Davis

Magic Realism in "Law and Magic: A Collection of Essays"
(2009) Carolina Academic Press
Jessie Allen

Encouraging Strategic Decision-Making
(2003) 17 THE SECOND DRAFT 2
Bonnie M. Baker

Teaching Students to Persuade: Creating Facts
(2001) 16 THE SECOND DRAFT 1
Bonnie M. Baker

The Future of the Casebook: An Argument for an Open-Source Approach
(2008) 57 J. LEGAL EDUC. 1 (10-35) 
Matthew T. Bodie

Cultivating Ethical, Socially Responsible Lawyer Judgment: Introducing the Multiple lawyering Intelligences Paradigm into the Clinical Setting 
(2004) 11 CLINICAL L. REV. 15
Angela O. Burton

Diversity and Learning: Imagining a Pedagogy of Difference
(1991-/1992) 19 N.Y.U. REV. L. & SOC. CHANGE 101
Alice K. Dueker

Under-Confident Women and Over-Confident Men: Gender and Sense of Competence in Simulated Negotiation 
(1999) 11 YALE J. L.& FEMINISM 271
Sandra R. Farber & Monica Ricjenberg

Legal Balme: How Jurors Think and Talk About Accidents
(2000) American Psychological Association
Neal Feigenson

On Social Cognition and Persuasive Writing
(1996) 20 LEGAL STUD. F. 75
Neal Feigenson

The Rhetoric of Torts: How Advocates Help Jurors Think About Causation
(1995) 47 Hastings L. J. 61
Neal Feigenson

Legal Writing Texts Today
(1991) 41 J. LEGAL EDUC. 503
Neal Feigenson

Making Out the Ghost Behind the Words: Approaching Legal Text With Psychological Intelligence

In “The Affective Assistance of Counsel: Practicing Law as a Healing Profession”
(2007) Carolina Academic Press
Aderson Francois

Theory Saved My Life
(2006) 8 N.Y. CITY L. REV 599-631
Kris Franklin

Desperate for Love II: Rethinking Closing Arguments as Stories
(1999) S.C.L. REV. 715
Philip N. Meyer

Confessions of a Legal Writing Instructor
(1996) 46 J. LEGAL. EDUC. 27
Philip N. Meyer

    "Desperate for Love II" Further Reflection on the Interpretation of Legal and Popular Storytelling in Closing Arguments to a Jury in a Complex Criminal Case
(1996) 30 U.S.F.L. REV. 931

Philip N. Meyer 

Introduction to Symposium, Legal Writing, Narrative and the Law
(1996) 20 LEGAL STUD. F.
Philip N. Meyer

The Exploding Frog: A Legal Writing Teacher's Dream
(1996) 20 LEGAL STUD. F. 137
Philip N. Meyer

"Desperate for Love": Cinematic Influences Upon a Defendent' Closing Argument to a Jury
(1994) 18 VT. L. 721
Philip N. Meyer

Will You Please Be Quiet Please? Lawyers Listening to the Call of Stories
(1994) 18 VT. L. REV. 567
Philip N. Meyer

"Fingers Pointing at the Moon": New Perspectives on Teaching Legal Writing and Analysis
(1993) 25 CONN. L. REV. 777
Philip N. Meyer

Law Students Go to the Movies
(1992) 24 CONN L. REV. 893
Philip N. Meyer

Legal Ethics and Clinical Education in Japan and United States: A Comparative Analysis
(2008) 4 OMIYAL L. REV. 97
Robert Rubinson

Client Counseling, Mediation and Alternative Narratives of Dispute Resolution
(2004) 10 CLINICAL L. REV. 833
Robert Rubinson

Law Frames: Historical Truth and Narrative Necessity in a Criminal Case
(1994) 47 STAN. L. REV. 39
Richard K. Sherwin

The Narrative of Construction of Legal Reality
(1994) 18 VT. L. REV. 681
Richard K. Sherwin

Lawyering Theory: An Overview, What We Talk About When We Talk Law
(1992) 37 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 9
Richard K. Sherwin

A Matter of Voice and Plot: Belief and Suspicion in Legal Storytelling
(1988)  87 MICH. L. REV. 543
Richard K. Sherwin

The DNA of an Argument: A Case Study in Legal Logos
(2009) 99 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 1045
Colin Starger

Toward a More Perfect Union: Using Lawyering Pedagogy to Enhance Legal Writing Courses
(1999) 49 J. LEGAL EDUC. 185
Debra Harris & Susan D. Susman

Afterward: A Thought About Feminist Litigation Strategies
(1998) 20 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. 139
Valerie K. Vojdik

Same Old, Same Old: Law School Rankings and Affirmation of Hierarchy
(1997) 31 SUFFOLK U. L. REV. 249
David C. Yamada