Legal Education's 'Learned Society': Diversity, the Black Experience, and the Association of American Law Schools
Academic Questions, Spring 2001
26 Pages Posted: 21 Mar 2009
This essay discusses the politicization of the Association of American Law Schools as evidenced by two events: the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Association and a fracas that occurred during the author's tenure as an editor of the Journal of Legal Education, published by AALS.
A modified version of this essay appeared in Academic Questions, Spring 2001, at 46, now published by Springer.
Keywords: Association of American Law Schools, 2000 Annual Meeting of the AALS, Journal of Legal Education
JEL Classification: K49
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