I posted about it yesterday. Here's a news story about it, as JD Jungle. Key graf:
A new survey, the Law School Survey of Student Engagement, found that students who interacted more often with classmates and faculty members at their law schools improved their critical and analytical thinking, writing and research skills, and ethical development, according to The National Law Journal. The survey is conducted annually by Indiana University’s Center for Postsecondary Research and focuses on law student satisfaction. The survey talks to 25,000 students at 81 schools across the country.