So it is that at law schools today no one is particularly happy with their questionnaire and student/facility committees continue to be engaged intermittently in trying to "do something" about it. Everyone agrees that evaluation ought to be done, but few are satisfied that it is now being done properly, or meaningfully. It was into this thicket that the Teaching Methods Section of the Association of American Law Schools set out recently to collect data in the hope that it might lead to a recommended teacher evaluation questionnaire.
"Student Evaluation of Law Teaching,"
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