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By Donald B. Ayer


While I agree with much that Judge Edwards has proposed, I thus submit that his formulations of the problem are partial - a bit like those of the blind men examining different parts of the elephant. The law\u27s current unhappiness is only partly described as that of law schools and practicing lawyers going in different directions, of law practice becoming too commercial, or of law schools failing to serve the needs of the practicing lawyers and judges with practical teaching and scholarship. All of these observations, while correct as far as they go, miss the root of the problem, which has a common solution - the reinvigoration of those in the law With a sense of duty and vocation for the legal institutions of which we are all stewards

Topics: Law schools, Law professors, Lawyers, Legal Education, Legal Profession
Publisher: University of Michigan Law School Scholarship Repository
Year: 1993
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