A prescription for law schools: Go back to the basics, return to 'terra firma'

, The National Law Journal


U.S. Court of Appeals Judge José Cabranes offered a three-part remedy for what ails the U.S. legal academy before a packed ballroom of legal educators who gathers in Washington for the Association of American Law Schools annual meeting.

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  • Andrew

    Interesting - in England where I practice you cannot qualify as a lawyer and practice without spending some time working for modest pay for and with established lawyers and seeing how it is done in real life. I commend the idea!

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