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Law School Faculty Resources

Wolters Kluwer is here to help law school faculty succeed. For new law professors or professors teaching a new course area, our free, downloadable Strategies and Techniques for Teaching series provides you with detailed guidance on building and teaching a law school course. If you've adopted or are thinking about adopting a Connected Casebook, our Faculty Resources page will help you make sure your students get the full benefit of the program. If you've adopted LawClassFeedback, our Formative Assessment product, check out the Faculty Resources available to get up and running quickly and easily. Contact your Wolters Kluwer Account Representative for any other assistance you need.

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Teaching Guides

Download the essential Strategies and Techniques for Law School Teaching series. Whether you're a new professor or teaching a new course area, these free downloads will guide the way. A general guide is available, as well as subject-specific guides for Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Legal Analysis, Property, and Torts.

 

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Connected Casebook

If you've adopted or are thinking of adopting a Connected Casebook, this resource page provides an overview of the many benefits to your students. It also provides helpful materials you can share with your students to make sure they take advantage of the CasebookConnect resources throughout the semester.

 

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LawClassFeedback

If you have adopted LawClassFeedback formative assessmets for your course, this resource page includes Quick Start Guides to get you and your students up and running with the product in no time.

 

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Wolters Kluwer Account Representative

For anything else you need, contact your Wolters Kluwer sales representative. We're happy to help!

 
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