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Charles Sullivan

Associate Dean and member of the Seton Hall Law faculty since 1978.
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Understanding the 'Ultimate' Bar Passage Rate In Comparing Law Schools

Posted by Charles Sullivan on 2/6/19 8:10 AM



Prospective law students have always been interested in the bar passage success rates of schools they’re considering attending. After all, while a law degree is a prerequisite to taking the bar almost everywhere, passing the bar is a prerequisite to actually practicing law in almost all states.

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Topics: Internships/Jobs, Advice and Tips, Student Life

What's the Socratic Method? And Why do Law Professors use it?

Posted by Charles Sullivan on 11/10/15 12:48 PM

 It seems appropriate to title this post with questions because questions are the heart of the so-called “Socratic method,” which is the distinguishing characteristic of law school instruction. Or at least it used to be.

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Topics: Classes and Courses, Faculty

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