Law teachers increasingly recognize that practical skills training deserves a place in traditional courses throughout the curriculum.' The literature regularly reports proposals to integrate practical skills components into both first-year and upperclass courses. The array of skills includes mediation, negotiation, interviewing and counseling, writing and drafting, case management, and advocacy
Douglas E. Abrams, Integrating Legal Writing Into Civil Procedure, 24 Conn. L. Rev. 813 (1992).