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Bending the law

Teaching core legal principles is still important but some experts argue that schools need to reshape their offerings in order to reflect a plethora of emerging roles. The spectrum of legal roles is broadening radically and law schools should alter ...

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Too many doctors at law schools

A PhD is fine for arts and science lecturers but law students need to be taught by experienced practitioners, as well as academics, writes Lee Stuesser. The great American judge Oliver Wendell Holmes said, “The life of the law has ...

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