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Provincialism In United States Courts , Patrick M. Mcfadden Nov 1995

Provincialism In United States Courts , Patrick M. Mcfadden

Cornell Law Review

No abstract provided.


Back To The Future: From Critical Legal Studies Forward To Legal Realism, Or How Not To Miss The Point Of The Indeterminacy Argument, John Hasnas Oct 1995

Back To The Future: From Critical Legal Studies Forward To Legal Realism, Or How Not To Miss The Point Of The Indeterminacy Argument, John Hasnas

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Responsibility Of Law Schools: Educating Lawyers As Counselors And Problem Solvers, Paul Brest Jul 1995

The Responsibility Of Law Schools: Educating Lawyers As Counselors And Problem Solvers, Paul Brest

Law and Contemporary Problems

American legal education is as strong as ever in doctrine and legal analysis; however, it is strikingly weak in teaching other foundational skills and knowledge that lawyers need as counselors, problem solvers and negotiators. Brest proposes a series of advanced courses that integrate the fundamental lawyering skills of counseling, problem solving and negotiation with insights from other disciplines.


The Profession Of Law: Columbia Law School’S Use Of Experiential Learning Techniques To Teach Professional Responsibility, Carol Bensinger Liebman Jul 1995

The Profession Of Law: Columbia Law School’S Use Of Experiential Learning Techniques To Teach Professional Responsibility, Carol Bensinger Liebman

Law and Contemporary Problems

Columbia Law School's ethics course, "The Profession of Law," is an interactive, experiential exploration of legal ethics. The course puts students in a role and asks them to deal, with issues that most of them are likely to encounter, and then the students are asked to reflect on what their role-playing performance has taught them about legal ethics.


Annotated Bibliography Of Educational Materials On Legal Ethics, Deborah L. Rhode Jul 1995

Annotated Bibliography Of Educational Materials On Legal Ethics, Deborah L. Rhode

Law and Contemporary Problems

Rhode presents an annotated bibliography that includes references to written and audiovisual materials for legal ethics courses and curricular integration projects.


Justice On Trial: The Efficacy Of The International Criminal Tribunal For Rwanda, Melissa Gordon Jan 1995

Justice On Trial: The Efficacy Of The International Criminal Tribunal For Rwanda, Melissa Gordon

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

There can be no peace without justice, no justice without law, and no meaningful law without a court to decide what is just and lawful under any given circumstance. The process of codification, adjudication and enforcement is as vital to a tranquil international community as it is to any independent national state.

-Benjamin B. Ferencz'"

The success of the Yugoslavian and Rwandan War Crimes Tribunals will determine the future of international criminal law. Whether the Tribunals are able to command the attention and respect of the world remains to be seen.