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Monday, March 23, 2015

Interesting take on why law schools exist.

My dad forwarded this essay to me this morning.  I'm not sure that I agree wholeheartedly, because the essay disregards how much one can learn from a truly great lawyer.  (Just ask my hubby how much he learned from Chuck Kettlewell; or ask me how much I learned from Hank Hudspeth or some of the lawyers at MoFo.)

One can have bad professors or good ones; one can learn from bad lawyers or good ones.  The point is that law can be a powerful tool, and it's good to learn about the uses of that power from people who use that power wisely.

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