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Virginia Bar Exam, July 1975, Section 1 Jul 1975

Virginia Bar Exam, July 1975, Section 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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Virginia Bar Exam, June 1975, Day 1 Jul 1975

Virginia Bar Exam, June 1975, Day 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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Virginia Bar Exam, July 1975, Section 2 Jul 1975

Virginia Bar Exam, July 1975, Section 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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The Design Of Videotape Systems For Legal Education, Dale A. Whitman, Gerald R. Williams Jun 1975

The Design Of Videotape Systems For Legal Education, Dale A. Whitman, Gerald R. Williams

BYU Law Review

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The Practitioner As Educator: Clinical Education And The Impending Third-Year Practice Rule, James P. Whyte Jr. Apr 1975

The Practitioner As Educator: Clinical Education And The Impending Third-Year Practice Rule, James P. Whyte Jr.

Popular Media

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Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Day 1 Feb 1975

Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Day 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Section 1 Feb 1975

Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Section 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Section 2 Feb 1975

Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Section 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Section 1 Handwritten Notes Feb 1975

Virginia Bar Exam, February 1975, Section 1 Handwritten Notes

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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The Importance Of Comparative Law In Legal Education: United States Goals And Methods Of Legal Comparisons, Hugh J. Ault, Mary Ann Glendon Jan 1975

The Importance Of Comparative Law In Legal Education: United States Goals And Methods Of Legal Comparisons, Hugh J. Ault, Mary Ann Glendon

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

This Essay discusses the gradual changes occurring within legal education, which are finding wide acceptance in law schools throughout the United States. These changes include greater attention to other disciplines, primarily economics and behavioral sciences, and the contributions they make to a fuller understanding of the legal system. In addition, law schools are increasingly exploring the ways in which the law in textbooks may differ from the law in action. Nearly every law school, therefore, is seriously investigating the social and economic background of legal rules and their consequences through clinical legal education, which attempts to provide a real or ...