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September 26, 2007

Advice for a new dean of a new law school

As explained here at TaxProf Blog, Paul Caron and Bill Henderson have used the Chemerinsky brouhaha as a foundation for asking various folks this simple question about law school innovation: 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?

The responses at TaxProf are all interesting reads, and here is a list of what's been posted so far:

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I would implore Dean Chemerinsky to build a green building and thereby model environmental stewardship for the generations of lawyers he will train.

Posted by: Anupam Chander | Oct 3, 2007 2:17:47 PM

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