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Legal History: American Legal Education (BCLS)

Association of American Law Schools (AALS)

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching is an independent policy and research center concerned with improving teaching and learning. It has produced an number of publications on law teaching methods.

Try searching Hollis or the BC library catalog for Carnegie Foundation as author, along with keywords like law.

Some representative publications are listed below:

American Bar Association (ABA)

As the accrediting organization for American law schools, the ABA publishes extensively on legal education. HeinOnline has many of the ABA's publications related to law schools and legal education, and the ABA website holds extensive information.

Additionally, you can search Hollis and the BC Library catalog to find publications with American Bar Association as an author and keywords such as law schools, curricula or education.