The following description of our guided discussion reflects our questions from our original presentation and our own insights and experiences, together with the insights and ideas suggested by our audience. Our audience represented a variety of law schools, varying in size, geographic location, and curricular emphasis on transactional law and skills, and varying in types of transactional courses, including clinics, simulations, and courses focusing on transactional skills. We are grateful to our audience, who served as a thoughtful, vibrant discussion group in generously sharing their experiences, ideas, and suggestions regarding assessing learning outcomes in transactional skills-based courses.
Carol Morgan and Carol Newman,
Assessment of Learning Outcomes in Transactional Skills Courses
, 18 Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. 601
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uga.edu/fac_artchop/1211