This essay suggests - usually politely - that the American legal academy has been overdoing its push for globalization, and, as a result, education in the basics has suffered. That's a pity because law school graduates need to know the basics to be successful not only in Smalltown USA, but also on a world stage.
legal education, law school graduates, international law, transactional practice, globalization, quasi-legal concepts
Place of Original Publication
Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law
15 Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 119 (2007)
Jensen, Erik M., "The Case for a Flat-Earth Law School" (2006). Faculty Publications. 137.