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|Description:||xix, 118 pages ; 30 cm.|
|Contents:||Scholarly and professional objectives in legal education : American trends and English comparisons / John H. Langbein --
"Traditional legal scholarship" : a personal view / Gareth Jones --
Legal education in the twenty-first century : a time of challenge / Eugene Clark and Martin Tsamenyi --
A house of intellect for the profession / Nigel Savage and Gary Watt --
Of Blackstone's tower : metaphors of distance and histories of the English law school / Peter Goodrich --
The emperor's new skills : the academy, the profession and the idea of legal education / Stuart Toddington --
Legal education in Germany / Hans Leser --
The pervasive influence of European Community law in the United Kingdom / Nicholas Grief --
The comparatist (or a plea for a broader legal education) / Basil S. Markesinis.
|Series Title:||Pressing problems in the law, v. 2.|
|Responsibility:||edited by P.B.H. Birks.|