Five problems in legal education, much discussed recently, were posed by the Editors of this Review to a number of administrative figures in the law school world. These questions were and are frankly difficult and controversial, but their answers are important to our system of legal education and to our society. Capsule answers given by these concerned legal education administrators are believed to be interesting and significant. Each is a personal rather than a representative opinion. Brief answers such as these, of course, are not expected to be, nor do they pretend to be, complete or profound. Their purpose is to indicate succinctly the approach of some law school administrative "opinion makers" to difficult policy problems of legal education.
John A. Bauman, Scott H. Bice, Stuart Brody, and Thomas W. Christopher,
1970 Problems in Legal Education,
19 Clev. St. L. Rev.
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