One law professor takes a stab at imagining an ideal law school of the future and describing how to get there. The Essay spells out a specific possible vision, taking into account changes to the demand for legal services and changes to the economics and composition of the legal profession. That thought experiment leads to a series of observations about values and vision in legal education in general and about what it might take to move any vision forward.
Michael J. Madison,
Visions of the Future of (Legal) Education,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.pitt.edu/fac_articles/395
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