Getting to Maybe
On October 23, Dean Jeremy Paul and Professor Michael Fischl, co-authors of Getting to Maybe: How to Succeed on Law School Exams, will be giving an exam-taking workshop at the 2010 Northeast BLSA Academic Retreat at Harvard Law School.
Professor Fischl's teaching and research interests focus on labor and employment law, legal theory, and legal education, and his work has appeared in Columbia Law Review, Law & Social Inquiry, and numerous other law journals. He is co-editor (with Joanne Conaghan and Karl Klare) of Labor Law in an Era of Globalization: Transformative Practices and Possibilities (Oxford 2002); and co-chair of Intell, an international network of progressive scholars and practitioners in the labor and employment law field. In 2006, he was the recipient of the Golden Apple award for outstanding teaching and service at the University of Miami where he served on the law faculty for 23 years.
Dean Paul's writings have appeared in the Texas Law Review, the Michigan Law Review, the University of Southern California Law Review, and the Washington Monthly in addition to a widely used introduction to legal reasoning entitled "A Bedtime Story" (74 Virginia Law Review 915, 1988). Dean Paul serves on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Bar Foundation and the Advisory Board of the Connecticut Law Tribune, and is a former Board Member of the Connecticut Civil Liberties Union.
Their book, Getting to Maybe: How to Succeed on Law School Exams was published by Carolina Academic Press in 1999.
Recent Homepage Highlights
On June 18, Professor Sara Bronin will make a presentation at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Bar Association on "Legal Tools to Address Climate Change" at a panel discussion entitle "Following the Path of the Storm: Legal and Legislative Challenges in Addressing Rising Sea Levels on the Connecticut Coastline."
On June 18, Professor Mark W. Janis will lecture on "Freedom of Religion and European Human Rights Law" at the University of Oxford, England.
On June 17, Professor Alexandra Lahav will speak at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) where she will comment on the proposed changes to the Federal rules of civil procedure.
On June 17, Professor Richard Pomp will speak at the twenty-third annual Summer Tax Institute at University of California - Davis.
Jennifer Brooks-Crozier '12 is the author of "Put Up Your Dukes: The Fight Over Commonality in the Era of Wal-Mart v. Dukes" (19 Texas Wesleyan Law Review 711 (2013)).
On June 13, Professor Richard Pomp will speak on "The State of the States" at the 17th Annual Deloitte Center for Multistate Taxation, an event sponsored by the Multistate Tax Institute at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.