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THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER, DAY 86: WHAT’S GOING ON IN OUR LAW SCHOOLS? (UPDATE)

THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER   DAY 86: WHAT’S GOING ON IN OUR LAW SCHOOLS? (UPDATE)   I’ve already discussed the Alaburda v. Thomas Jefferson School of Law before (here and here, for the curious). Back in June, I speculated that this … Continue reading

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DAY 56: TEACHING SKILLS AT LAW SCHOOL? INCONCEIVABLE!

THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER: YEAR ONE DAY 56: TEACHING SKILLS AT LAW SCHOOL? INCONCEIVABLE! I was all set to spend some time talking about the Casey Anthony verdict, and the utter uselessness of Facebook petitions (Hint: If the petition doesn’t ultimately … Continue reading

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Four Related Articles (Or, “What’s Going On In Our Law Schools?”)

THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER   YEAR ONE, DAY 36: FOUR RELATED ARTICLES (OR, “WHAT’S GOING ON IN OUR LAW SCHOOLS?”)   I read three articles yesterday (and one today) that seemed to be at least somewhat related. All of them have … Continue reading

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