Professor Montana’s Article Accepted for Publication in the Capital University Law Review

Professor Patricia Montana’s article, Bridging the Reading Gap in the Law SchoolClassroom,has been accepted for publication in the Capital University Law Review.

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Patricia Montana

The article explores the gap between entering law students’ reading skills and law school expectations. It specifically examines students’ undergraduate experience and the influence of technology. It proposes ways that law professors can help close the gap, including by using more guided reading exercises that show students how expert legal readers read.

One Comment to “Professor Montana’s Article Accepted for Publication in the Capital University Law Review”

  1. Bravo!!!!!!!!

    From: “St. John’s University Law Faculty Blog” <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: “St. John’s University Law Faculty Blog” <comment+pi51zitukfc6ksgnpl_r_3p@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 10:12 AM To: Information Technology <ruescher@stjohns.edu> Subject: [New post] Professor Montana’s Article Accepted for Publication in the Capital University Law Review

    anitask007 posted: “Professor Patricia Montana’s article, Bridging the Reading Gap in the Law SchoolClassroom,has been accepted for publication in the Capital University Law Review. The article explores the gap between entering law students’ reading skills and law school ex”

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