Craig T. Smith

Assistant Dean for the Writing and Learning Resources Center and Clinical Professor of Law

Education

  • LL.M. (magna cum laude), Universitäet Potsdam (Germany) (1995)
  • J.D. (cum laude), University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (1991)
  • B.A., Government (Phi Beta Kappa), College of William and Mary (1985)

Curriculum Vitae PDF

Selected Publications

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  • Readying Ourselves to Provide Effective, Timely Feedback, SECOND DRAFT: BULL. OF THE LEGAL WRITING INST. August 2007, at 13. [Document Link]
  • Minds and Levers: Reflections on Howard Gardner's Changing Minds, 14 PERSP.: TEACHING LEGAL RES. & WRITING 116 (2006). [Westlaw]
  • Report: Bundesverwaltungsgericht (Federal Administrative Court), in 2-3 ANNUAL OF GERMAN & EUROPEAN LAW (R. Miller & P. Zumbansen eds., 2006). [K1 .N527]
  • Constitutional Drift: Toward the End of Federal Shop-Closing (Ladenschluss) Regulation, 5 GERMAN L.J. 1031 (Sept. 1, 2004). [Hein, Document Link]
  • The Uncertain Limits of the European Court of Justice's Authority: Economic Freedom Versus Human Dignity (with T. Fetzer), 10 COLUM. J. OF EUR. L. 445 (2004). [Westlaw, Hein]
  • More Disagreement Over Human Dignity: The Federal Constitutional Court's Most Recent Benetton Advertising Decision, 4 GERMAN L.J. 533 (June 1, 2003). [Hein, Document Link]
  • Teaching Students How to Learn in Your Course: The Learning-Centered Course Manual, 12 PERSP.: TEACHING LEGAL RES. & WRITING 1 (2003). [Westlaw]
  • Synergy and Synthesis: Teaming Socratic Method with Computers and Data Projectors to Teach Synthesis, 7 LEGAL WRITING 113 (2001). [Lexis/Nexis, Hein]
  • Teaching Synthesis in High-Tech Classrooms: Using Sophisticated Visual Tools Alongside Socratic Dialogue to Help Guide Students Through the Labyrinth, 9 PERSP.: TEACHING LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING 110 (2001). [Westlaw]
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