The Little Black Book -- A Do-It Yourself Guide for Law Student Competitions
The Little Black Book is designed to fill a gap in law school pedagogy: the skills needed for succeeding in law school competitions. Law schools perpetually struggle with the need to fit an ever-expanding universe of both doctrinal studies and skills development into a finite curriculum. Training in competition skills inevitable gets squeezed and edited down, and sometimes even left on the cutting room floor. Yet students can benefit enormously from these competitions, as they provide a way for students to practice and develop skills that will benefit themselves and their clients once they enter the workforce.
Carolina Acadmeic Press
Frey, Martin; Bucholtz, Barbara; and Tatum, Melissa, "The Little Black Book -- A Do-It Yourself Guide for Law Student Competitions" (2002). Books. 32.