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October 15, 2007

Who gave the best advice to Dean Erwin Chemerinsky?

Over at TaxProf here, Paul Caron has assembled all forty of the provocative responses he got to this question:

What is the single best idea for reforming legal education you would offer to Erwin Chemerinsky as he builds the law school at UC-Irvine?

I would be interested to hear LSI reader responses to all this unsolicited advice for the new Dean, and I would be especially grateful to hear from anyone who identified any enduring themes in all this advice.

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Lots of advice, some of it rather contradictory. It's a tough genre to work in--250 words or less.

I particularly liked Oppenheimer's kaleidoscope curriculum; hard to implement, but would be great fun and helpful to students approaching all of this for the first time. Probably would be a real blast to teach that way, too and wouldn't surprise me if we'd see a lot of things differently as faculty as well. Leiter, too, obviously, has very sound advice on how to generate a great faculty.

Posted by: Alfred | Oct 17, 2007 6:57:33 PM

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