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By Tim Conneally
Feb. 11, 2016
The legal landscape is changing, and so is the process of educating young lawyers. Slowly, law education is evolving away from its Socratic roots toward . . .
By Jessica Kennedy
Oct. 30, 2014
Since the dawn of time, law school has been recognized for its high stakes, stressful exams
and conservative academic culture. After Connected Casebook dipped its toes in the realm of
law education, this is no longer the “case.” . . .
U.S. News and World Report University
By Chris Hassan
Sept. 16, 2014
The new academic year is underway, which means new and returning college students have
received a reminder of just how expensive textbooks can be. Although costs can vary, the
average student at a four . . .
Law Technology News
By Mark Gerlach
Sept. 5, 2014
Wolters Kluwer released 11 "Connected Casebook" titles for the coming academic year. Titles
include: “Property Law,” “Defining Federal Crimes” and “Civil Procedure,” and eight others. A full
list can be . . .
The National Jurist
By Laira Martin
Aug. 18, 2014
Law school casebooks may finally be entering the 21st century. Wolters Kluwer Legal
Education’s recent launch of Connected Casebook is the first casebook series to take
advantage of a digital platform. . . .