The University Ideal and the American Law School
Rutgers Law Review
legal education, law schools, universities
The first part of this Article discusses the university ideal. This is offered prior to the historical analysis of the university so that there is a critical standard against which the history can be judged. The lengthiest part of the Article then presents a still far too brief history of the development of the university as institution, the university teaching of law, and the education of lawyers. The final part of this Article offers a new approach to the study and analysis of judicial doctrine.
David R. Barnhizer, The University Ideal and the American Law School, 42 Rutgers Law Review 109 (1989)