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November 1, 2006

Razors, jobs, dead cats, and curricular reform

You read that right.  Razors, jobs, dead cats, and curricular reform.  All of those, plus Larry Kramer, Doug Berman, and Orin Kerr on the question of whether the first year of law school is the one that "works," now playing at MoneyLaw.

Jim Chen

November 1, 2006 in Teaching -- curriculum | Permalink

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