2 edition of Fresh looks at teaching and learning law found in the catalog.
Fresh looks at teaching and learning law
Gonzaga University. School of Law. Institute for Law School Teaching. Conference
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Institute for Law School Teaching, Gonzaga University.|
|Contributions||Gonzaga University. School of Law. Institute for Law School Teaching.|
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