The majority of this Article has considered some of the changes that have come about in the focus of legal scholarship. Of equal importance are the shifts in curriculum and content that the schools have experienced. In some ways the shifts mirror changes in academic focus but curricular change has by and large altered much of what is actually done in the law schools while seeming, on the surface, to remain largely the same. The curriculum of the Cleveland State University College of Law provides an example of how law schools have responded innovatively to an expanded sense of professional responsibility.
The Revolution in American Law Schools,
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