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December 27, 2007

Teaching Students to Think Like 1870s Lawyers

When we talk about law school "innovation," we're really talking about law school reform. And isn't it about time? Law schools have succeeded in teaching students to think like lawyers: "1870s lawyers," said Edward L. Rubin, dean of Vanderbilt University Law School, in the Chronicle of Higher Education's Leading Legal Educators Call for a Shakeup in How the Law Is Taught (sub. required).

Hat tip to TaxProf Blog. -- Joe Hodnicki

December 27, 2007 in Reform | Permalink

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