Cleveland State Law Review
legal education, law schools
There is a continuing revolution in American law schools that is transforming legal scholarship, teaching, and the structure of the curriculum. The revolution is altering the law schools' relationships with the legal profession and judiciary. The revolution has not been contained within the schools, in part because it is being stimulated by events and sources outside the law schools with the schools being reactive rather than proactive institutions. This article examines the ten primary forces behind the revolution in American law schools.
David R. Barnhizer, The Revolution in American Law Schools, 37 Cleveland State Law Review 227 (1989)