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Is There Sufficient Human Resource Capacity to Support Robust Professional Identity Formation Learning Outcomes?

By Jerome M. Organ, Published on 06/05/18 ... LEARNING OUTCOMES? JEROME M. ORGAN As of April 2017, there were roughly eighty law schools with published learning outcomes available on their law school webpages.1 While over twenty of these law schools

Suffering in Silence: The Survey of Law Student Well-Being and the Reluctance of Law Students to Seek Help for Substance Use and Mental Health Concerns

David B. Jaffe 0 Katherine M. Bender 0 Ph.D. 0 0 Jerome M. Organ is Professor of Law and Co-director of the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions at the University of St. Thomas School ... (comprising both graduate and professional students). Email from J.P. DeWitt, Program Manager for the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan to Jerome M. Organ, Professor of Law at the

Reflections on the Decreasing Affordability of Legal Education

decreasing affordability. Jerome M. Organ, a Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is honored to have the opportunity to participate in this symposium and

What Do We Know About the Satisfaction/Dissatisfaction of Lawyers? A Meta-Analysis of Research on Lawyer Satisfaction and Well-Being

-BEING JEROME M. ORGAN* “Sweeping changes in the way law is practiced, along with substantial changes in the environment in which lawyers operate, have given rise to well documented increases in job

Empirical Evidence That Legal Education Can Foster Student Professionalism/Professional Formation to Become an Effective Lawyer

W. HAMILTON VERNA E. MONSON JEROME M. ORGAN* INTRODUCTION We start with a bold proposition. Recent empirical studies make it clear that a new lawyer who has internalized a high degree of

Subsidiarity and Solidarity: Lenses for Assessing the Appropriate Locus for Environmental Regulation and Enforcement

L o c u s FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND ENFORCEMENT JEROME M. ORGAN* 263 263 1. INTRODUCTION This article will use the principles of subsidiarity, solidarity and the common good to analyze ... Congressional objectives in enacting RCRA); see also Jerome M. Organ, Supelfund and the Settlement Decision: Reflections on the Relationship Between Equity and Effi­ ciency, 62 GEO. WASH. L. REv. 1043, 1046 n.17

Controlling Externalities Associated with Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations: Evaluating the Impact of H.B. 1207 and the Continuing Viability of Zoning and the Common Law of Nuisance

Nuisance by jerome M. Organ and Kristin M. Perry' I. INTRODUCTION - UNDERSTANDING THE PROBLEM This article addresses the environmental problems presented by concentrat-d animal feeding operations ("CAFOs