Prof. James Dimitri Publishes a Lead Article and Gives a Presentation at a the Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference
Professor James Dimitri's article, “Writing Engaging, Realistic, and Balanced Appellate Advocacy Problems,” was recently published as the lead article in the Winter 2008 edition of Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing . The article, which is featured on the cover, can be found at 16 Persps. 93 (No. 2, Winter 2008).
On March 22, Professor Jim Dimitri gave a presentation at the Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference at the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law. In his presentation, "Speaking to Millennials: Giving Feedback to the Latest Generation of Law Students,” Professor Dimitri discussed the learning styles of the latest generation of law students, the Millennial Generation, and how these learning styles impact the way in which law professors give feedback to them.