Friday, January 10, 2014

White on American Legal Education in Crisis

Over at OUPblog, G. Edward White, University of Virginia, has a post on The Current Crisis in American Legal Education.  He writes: "There may be, for the first time in American history, too many lawyers and law firms may need to adjust to that fact.  But history suggests that the American legal profession is more than capable of making that adjustment."

Professor White's latest book with Oxford is American Legal History: A Very Short Introduction.

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