Professor Harold Lloyd’s ‘Cognitive Emotion and the Law’ cited among best 2016 legal education articles

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Scott Fruehwald writes on the TaxProfBlog of Professor Paul L. Caron of Pepperdine University School of Law that Professor Harold Lloyd’Cognitive Emotion and the Law, Law & Psychology Review is one of the top articles published about legal education for 2016.

Because the week between Christmas and New Year’s is typically slow for legal education news, I am going to discuss the best legal education articles for 2016.

Finally, Professor Louis Schulze wrote a series of posts on the Faculty Lounge, explaining in detail how he and his colleagues at Florida International University grabbed the top spot on the Florida bar for first-time takers for the last three exams.  The quick answer is that they used techniques from general education research.