Friday, December 14, 2012
Two Past Perspectives on Legal Education
For a December Friday I thought I'd link to two older pieces on legal education that you may not have seen:
- Michael Froomkin's "A Virtual Law School?," which he describes as "only slightly tongue-in-cheek." The slide show was presented at the 2000 AALS conference.
- An 1992 article in the Chicago Reader called "The Catcher in the Drain." I think the author's advocacy of "antilaw counselors" has come to life on the web.
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I remember Professor Froomkin's talk. It was a barn-burner at the time. I wrote an essay covering similar ground at the time. Available online here...
Some of the predictions are coming true albeit much more slowly than I predicted.
Posted by: John Mayer | Dec 14, 2012 10:09:10 AM
Those Froomkin slides are great; thanks for the link.
Posted by: Orin Kerr | Dec 14, 2012 11:25:35 AM
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