Resources for Legal Educators
The Holloran Center's mission is to help the next generation form professional identities with a moral core of service to and responsibility for others. One way we hope to accomplish this is by providing the scholarship and research to ground and inform teaching and learning practices in the law school classroom focused specifically on teaching professionalism, or professional formation. Our objectives within this section are twofold: One, to provide usable knowledge for law school educators searching for insights and ideas on the teaching and learning professionalism or professional formation in the law school classroom, and two, to provide information for administrators, managers, or researchers searching for approaches on measurement approaches in evaluating the effectiveness of law school programs or courses.
We welcome your feedback or suggestions for additional resources. Please send your comments to Professor Neil Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org.