The authors of a new book purporting to identify the “Best Law Teachers” in the country initially received more than 250 nominations and spent four years interviewing alumni, weighing ­student evaluations and observing ­classes. In the end, they selected 26 professors who they believe exemplify superior teaching methods, positive relationships with ­students and a commitment to art of teaching. Here are their picks.

Patti Alleva, University of North Dakota School of Law

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