Developing an assessment of first-year law students' critical case reading and reasoning ability, phase 2
Law School Admission Council, 2009 - Education - 75 pages
Phase 2 analyzes the validity of the test devised in Phase 1, and looks at whether the findings could be replicated using a longitudinal design involving not only first-year, but also third-year law students.
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