II. The Grand Liberal Tradition
III. Delawing Law Schools and Ideology Scholarship
IV. The "Outsider" Storyteller: "A New Genre of Legal Scholarship"
V. Is the AALS Committee's Recommendation Practical? ... A. The Parity Issue ... 1. Effect on University Relationship ... 2. The Paradigm Argument ... B. Exclusivity
VI. Evaluating Legal Scholarship ... A. Evaluation under Rubin's Criteria ... B. The Farber-Sherry Evaluation Standards ... C. Evaluation by Outsiders
VII. Evaluating Storytelling: Categories ... A. "Stories" about Pedagogy, Law School, and the Profession ... B. Insider Storytelling ... C. Outsider Storytelling ... 1. Law Parable ... 2. Encounter/Conflict
VIII. Criteria for Evaluating Storytelling ... A. Delivering the Message ... B. It Must Add Something ... C. The Dialogue ... D. The Aesthetic Factor
IX. Aesthetics and the Honesty Dilemma
Evaluating Storytelling as a Type of Nontraditional Scholarship,
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