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Duquesne Law Review

Volume 48, Number 2, Spring 2010


FOREWORD
Jan M. Levine

Articles

THE FUTURE IS SO BRIGHT, I GOTTA WEAR SHADES: LAW SCHOOL THROUGH THE LENS OF HOPE
Allison D. Martin and Kevin L. Rand

THE FRUITS OF HOPE: STUDENT EVALUATIONS
Julia Glencer, Erin Karsman, Jan Levine, and Tara Willke

HOW TO USE A TUBE TOP AND A DRESS CODE TO DEMYSTIFY THE PREDICTIVE WRITING PROCESS AND BUILD A FRAMEWORK OF HOPE DURING THE FIRST WEEKS OF CLASS
Camille Lamar Campbell

IF I HAD A HAMMER: CAN SHEPARDIZING, SYNTHESIS, AND OTHER TOOLS OF LEGAL WRITING HELP BUILD HOPE FOR LAW STUDENTS?
Ted Becker

NORMALIZING TREPIDATION AND ANXIETY
Christine Pedigo Bartholomew and Johanna Oreskovic

AUTONOMY SUPPORT 101: How USING PROVEN AU'T'ONOMY SUPPORT TECHNIQUES CAN INCREASE LAW STUDENT AUTONOMY, ENGENDER HOPE, AND IMPROVE OUTCOMES
Carol L. Wallinger

STUDENTS CRITIQUING NOVICE WRITING: BUILDING HOPE BY BUILDING BRIDGES
Terri L. Enns

A SYNERGISTIC PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH TO FIRST-YEAR TEACHING
Jamie R. Abrams

ENDURING HOPE? A STUDY OF LOOPING IN LAW SCHOOL
Mary-Beth Moylan and Stephanie Thompson

BEFORE THEY EVEN START: HOPE AND INCOMING 1LS
Barbara J. Brunner

WOULD YOU SAY THAT TO YOUR CHILDREN? ENHANCING LEARNING THROUGH IMPROVED COMMUNICATION
Karin Mika

HOPE, AGAIN: HOPE THEORY IN BAR EXAM PREPARATION
Rebecca A. Cochran

IT WAS THE BEST OF PRACTICE, IT WAS THE WORST OF PRACTICE: MOVING SUCCESSFULLY FROM THE COURTROOM TO THE CLASSROOM
Sherri Lee Keene

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