James M. Dente


I was delighted to receive recently a copy of a letter from the distinguished faculty advisor of the Cleveland-Marshall Law Review, inviting law faculty members, whenever they are seeking a vehicle for expression, to send short un-annotated articles about a pet idea or gripe in legal education. After having practiced law for fourteen years and (after having been turned down by some of the best law schools in the country) having taught law for the past year, I now feel eminently qualified to write just that type of unscholarly article.


Law Professors' Ruminations 1969 (Symposium)