Having practiced for many years before becoming a law professor, the author felt compelled to look at the problem of how to integrate practical training into traditional methods for teaching law. It was soon evident that the solution could not be found if one took a pejorative attitude, dwelling on negative terminology such as "anti-intellectualism," but only if it was recognized that law study has little meaning without a concurrent study of its practice. This commentary will propose a mode for accomplishing this integration.
W. Noel Keyes,
Approaches and Stumbling Blocks to Integration of Skills Training and the Traditional Methods of Teaching Law,
29 Clev. St. L. Rev.
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