St. Mary's University School of Law
Robert W. Derner
As millennials dominate law school classrooms, many professors are recognizing the importance of altering the traditional methods of teaching law. Millennials act, think, and learn differently. Numerous factors are linked to why this new generation of law students is distinctively different than previous generations. This article examines these factors and how they influence millennials’ learning styles. Alternative methods of teaching millennial law students are also discussed and proposed, along with a specific example of a tailored professional responsibility textbook and course to the modern law student.
Katerina P. Lewinbuk, Taci Villarreal & Elena Bolonina,
The Voice of the Gods is Crippling: Law School for Helicoptered Millennials,
St. Mary's Journal on Legal Malpractice & Ethics
Available at: https://commons.stmarytx.edu/lmej/vol10/iss1/6