The following section of this article directly addresses the notion of the hidden curriculum and why this construct is essential for legal educators to consider as they contemplate reforms. Core principles of curriculum theory will then be briefly discussed as a precursor to the subsequent section that addresses the notion of a transdisciplinary curriculum. A transdisciplinary perspective will offer a holistic lens for considering law school curriculum. Finally, such notions as curriculum mapping offer tangible solutions to addressing the challenge of preparing practice-ready graduates in the legal profession.
David M. Moss,
Hidden Curriculum of Legal Education: Toward a Holistic Model for Reform, The,
2013 J. Disp. Resol.
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