The Path of Legal Education from Edward I to Langdell: A History of Insular Reaction
Ralph Michael Stein
Pace University - School of Law
Chicago-Kent Law Review, Vol. 57, 1981
This article presents an analytic overview of key aspects in the history of legal education in England and the United States from the time of Edward I to the end of the last century. The response of lawyers and legal educators to the perceived need to protect the profession from a variety of ills and plagues is explored.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 26Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: April 10, 2009
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