Abstract

One should hesitate to draw grand conclusions based on personal experience, but I won't. What I'll do in this essay is discuss some of the decidedly unscientific lessons about American legal education, or at least about the scholarship dealing with American legal education, that I've drawn from my editorial experience: About American legal education's provincialism, about the limited interest in writing on pedagogical subjects, about quality of writing, and about the politicization of the legal academy.

Keywords

Journal of Legal Education, Editing

Publication Date

2002

Document Type

Article

Place of Original Publication

Wyoming Law Review

Publication Information

2 Wyoming Law Review 119 (2002)

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