The thesis of this article is that law is too large and too important a subject to be left by the university to the law school. To say this is not to fault the law school which already carries a substantial segment of instructional responsibility, but rather to fault the university's total approach to the study of law and all its ramifications, both as a matter of rational study and as preparation for careers—note, I say careers—related to the study of law.
Charles E. Odegaard,
The University and Education about Law,
50 Wash. L. Rev.
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