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The high citadel : the influence of Harvard Law School

Author: Joel Seligman; Lynne Bernabei
Publisher: Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, 1978.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Seligman; Lynne Bernabei
ISBN: 0395263018 9780395263013
OCLC Number: 3706423
Description: xxv, 262 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Preface --
Introduction by Ralph Nader --
Part I. Building the cathedral --
1. Dissolution then drift: the last ten years at Harvard Law School --
2. Laying the foundations: the law school model of Christopher Columbus Langdell --
3. The early assaults on the citadel, and Roscoe Pound --
4. Synthesis: Griswold's deanship --
Part II. A modern critique --
5. Admissions: a meritocracy for the few --
6. Faculty selection and faculty role: the root of the problem --
7. Curricula: beyond the hairy hand --
8. Teaching methods: birds sing better than books know how --
9. Grades, law review, and placement: the rewards system --
10. Toward a new model for American legal education --
Acknoeledgments --
Notes on sources --
Index.
Responsibility: by Joel Seligman, with the assistance of Lynne Bernabei ; introd. by Ralph Nader.

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