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Fixing Law School: Teaching Students how to be Great Lawyers

Today’s New York Times has an excellent article on the flaws of many law schools and law professors¬†by David Segal.¬†I wholeheartedly agree with nearly all of the critiques. But I don’t like Segal’s failure to discover professors, programs, and classes … Continue reading

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