08 December 2011

Cry Me A Bucket Part 2

A while back I comment here on David Sega's NYT piece blasting American legal education for all sorts of ills. One of his points that I did not mention was criticism of the case method of legal study. I use both the case method and problem-solving in the courses I teach (as well as assigning (and testing) additional readings on legal theory and legal "theology"). For a good response to Segal that I found on a website of the world's largest common law system check the interview here.

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