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Professor Louis N. Schulze‘s series of articles in the Faculty Lounge on using cognitive psychology to improve law student performance were honored as the top articles in legal education in 2016 by the TaxProf Blog. The series of articles focuses on how students can improve their performance by using techniques proven by science instead of those learned through the rumor mill or antiquated anecdotes.
The series can be read online at the Faculty Lounge:

Prof. Schulze serves as the Assistant Dean and Professor of Academic Support, directing the Academic Excellence Program at FIU Law. He joined FIU Law in 2014. His areas of scholarly focus are in law school academic support, and has published on FFERPA, criminal law, and educational psychology in legal education. To read Prof. Schulze’s works, visit his Selected Works gallery.