Journal of Legal Education, Vol. 51, No. 1 (2001), pp. 91-97


No approach to legal education will be perfect, given that (in my opinion) a law school should serve various purposes. But I should like to offer a few modest and practical suggestions. They are modest in that they do not require additional time for law studies. They are practical in that they will increase the exposure of students both to law as practice and to law as an intellectual discipline. In addition they involve no greater burden on law schools.

First, and this should not be controversial -- but I fear will be the most controversial -- would be the disappearance of casebooks.