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52 Notre Dame L. 190 (1976-1977)


Law students learn from what is in them, from what is directed at them, and from what is around them. The following is a study of an external dimension of the law-school learning experience-the classroom. Research strategy consisted of approaching the classroom phenomenon from two perspectives; what is presented and how students perceive it.


Reprinted with permission of Notre Dame Law Review (previously Notre Dame Lawyer).



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