Touro’s Law Center’s Journal of Experiential Learning

The second issue of Touro Law Center’s Journal of Experiential Learning is now available online at

This issue is devoted to incubator and residency programs and their contribution to legal education, particularly to the post-JD part of the educational continuum.  The creator of the law school incubator movement, Fred Rooney,  served as the guest editor for this edition.  Articles for the Incubator & Residency issue include:

Volume I, Number 2, Fall 2015
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2 Responses

  1. Thanks to Touro for starting another journal where we can share scholarship about experiential learning. This journal fills a substantial need within the academy. There are great articles in both issues. Happy to have this resource!

  2. Thanks for this announcement, and kudos to Touro for this journal’s dedication to experiential learning. Experiential learning is a critical concept—and not just because standards 303 and 304 now require more of it—that I am glad to see increasingly gaining traction in law.

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