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Virginia Bar Exam, July 1978, Section 1 Jul 1978

Virginia Bar Exam, July 1978, Section 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

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Virginia Bar Exam, July 1978, Section 2 Jul 1978

Virginia Bar Exam, July 1978, Section 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


A First Year Appraisal; Thoughts On Bakke, Sheldon J. Plager Jul 1978

A First Year Appraisal; Thoughts On Bakke, Sheldon J. Plager

Sheldon Plager (1977-1984)

No abstract provided.


Reassessing Law Schooling: The Sterling Forest Group, Howard Lesnick May 1978

Reassessing Law Schooling: The Sterling Forest Group, Howard Lesnick

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Dean Provides Some Answers, S. Jay Plager Apr 1978

Dean Provides Some Answers, S. Jay Plager

Sheldon Plager (1977-1984)

A number of student groups had expressed a need for an open meeting with Dean Plager. On February 6, 1978, the Dean spoke with a group of about 150 students at a meeting arranged and conduct.ed by the Women's Caucus and SAC. With Dean Plager's permission, the meeting was taped recorded. Herewith is a condensed and edited transcript of the Dean's remarks:


Virginia Bar Exam, February 1978, Section 1 Feb 1978

Virginia Bar Exam, February 1978, Section 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, February 1978, Section 2 Feb 1978

Virginia Bar Exam, February 1978, Section 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


What Is Taught In The First Year Property Course?, John A. Humbach Jan 1978

What Is Taught In The First Year Property Course?, John A. Humbach

Pace Law Faculty Publications

The battle over the first-year curriculum will unlikely ever end so long as there is a diversity of views as to what ought to be taught there. Because first-year courses are both a requirement (for the most part) and an initiation, most would probably agree that their subject matter should tend to emphasize the fundamental and general, not the esoteric or the highly specialized areas of legal knowledge. Nevertheless, first year subject matter should not be so abstractly "general" that it is too far removed from the real issues which a practical lawyer is likely to face. Beyond this, agreement ...


Considering The Future Of Legal Education: Law Schools And Social Justice, Lawrence K. Hellman Dec 1977

Considering The Future Of Legal Education: Law Schools And Social Justice, Lawrence K. Hellman

Lawrence K. Hellman

No abstract provided.