A 2015 article published by professors at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law argues that teaching Ravel Law to law students helps make them “practice-ready”.
The authors believe that legal skills professors should incorporate Ravel in their curriculum because teaching Ravel to students advances a host of pedagogical goals, including:
- Metacognitive skills acquisition
- Information literacy
- Ethical use of technology
- And teaching with a variety of learning styles.
You are not just using a new product, you are entering the “world of Ravel”… and you need to check all your preconceptions about legal research at the door.
Director of Research Services, DLA Piper