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Computer Use and Success in the First Year of Law School
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Journal of Legal Education Volume 37, Number 3,

Abstract

A study investigating the value of computer use integrated into first-year instruction in legal methods, legal writing, and torts found that the actual amount of computer use was positively and significantly associated with grade point averages and was more beneficial to students beginning from lower scholastic positions. (MSE)

Citation

Maume, D.J. & Staudt, R.W. (1987). Computer Use and Success in the First Year of Law School. Journal of Legal Education, 37(3), 388. Retrieved December 2, 2021 from .

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