Taking Law and . . . Really Seriously: Before, During and After the Law
University of California Irvine, School of Law; Georgetown University Law Center
Vanderbilt Law Review, Vol. 60, No. 2, p. 555, 2007
Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 1005526
This article reviews the history of different schools of legal education from Langdellian formalism to legal realism, law and economics, critical legal studies, feminist and critical race theory, clinical education, law and social science, law and literature, law and behaviorism, and pragmatism. It then offers a specific program for interdisciplinary legal education, including a remapping of conventional three year legal education and illustrates with several recent examples of innovations in interdisciplinary legal education.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 41
Keywords: legal education, law and social science, interdisplinary legal studies
Date posted: August 10, 2007