How Do Law Students Really Learn? Problem-Solving, Modern Pragmatism, and Property Law
Edward Rabin and Roberta Kwall had student learning in mind when they wrote Fundamentals of Modern Real Property Law. Rabin and Kwall's casebook is an attractive and effective road map for students as they journey through a course (and a body of legal principles and issues) that typically intimidates many law students in virtually every law school.
Craig Anthony Arnold, How Do Law Students Really Learn? Problem-Solving, Modern Pragmatism, and Property Law, 22 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 891 (1999).