'Old School' Law School's Continuing Relevance for Business Lawyers in the New Global Economy: How a Renewed Commitment to Old School Rigor and the Law as a Professional and Academic Discipline Can Produce Better Business Lawyers

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Leo E. Strine

Government of the State of Delaware - Supreme Court of Delaware; Harvard Law School; University of Pennsylvania Law School

Date Written: 2013

Abstract

Keynote address, 2013 Chapman Law Review Symposium: “The Future of Law, Business, and Legal Education: How to Prepare Students to Meet Corporate Needs”.

Keywords: Business law, legal education

Suggested Citation

Strine, Leo E., 'Old School' Law School's Continuing Relevance for Business Lawyers in the New Global Economy: How a Renewed Commitment to Old School Rigor and the Law as a Professional and Academic Discipline Can Produce Better Business Lawyers (2013). Chapman Law Review, Vol. 17, P. 137, 2013. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2524030

Leo E. Strine (Contact Author)

Government of the State of Delaware - Supreme Court of Delaware ( email )

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Harvard Law School ( email )

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University of Pennsylvania Law School ( email )

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