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Prof. Amy Stein’s Article on Peer Mentoring Programs Published in ‘Perspectives’

Amy R. Stein, Professor of Legal Writing and Assistant Dean for Adjunct Instruction

The article “The Need for Peer Mentoring Programs Linked to the Legal Writing Class: An Analysis and Proposed Model” by Professor Amy R. Stein was published in the Spring 2019 issue of Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing (Vol. 27, No. 1).

Perspectives is a journal published by Thomson Reuters twice a year for legal research and writing instructors and law firm and law school librarians. The journal provides a forum for discussing the teaching of legal research and writing, focusing on research materials, tools and theories.

View Professor Stein’s article (PDF) on the Thomson Reuters website.

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