My name is Lynnise Pantin. I teach at New York Law School, and my talk today focuses on integrating transactional skills into the first-year curriculum.
As a first premise, the law school curriculum is dominated by litigation oriented skills, and I can argue that there is a litigation bias that is pervasive in legal education. I am hoping that, by engaging with those of you who teach first year students, we can start to talk about creating and developing transactional skills within a context that is already there in the first-year curriculum.
Education Law | Law | Legal Education
Lynnise E. Pantin,
The First Year: Integrating Transactional Skills,
Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/faculty_scholarship/2996