Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Brent Newton's newest article.

The always interesting Brent Newton has just posted this article (here) about legal education.  Although I don't agree with everything he's said, he sure has moved the discussion forward (and made it more fun to discuss).  It's a must-read.

In other news, Penn State's law review took my forthcoming piece on legal education, so as soon as it's published, I'll post a link to it.

UPDATE:  Bill Henderson's comments about the article are here, and Bill's always another "must read" of mine.

1 comment:

Stephen said...

Powerful, but the problem it presents is that it would require replacing about 85% of current faculty at law schools.

That is a huge hurdle to overcome.

On the other hand, it does acknowledge the fiduciary duty law schools should have to their students.