Washington University Law Quarterly
The curriculum and perspective of law schools today are broader than they have ever been, especially for students who elect to seek a broad legal education. Even broader legal education is not likely because factors both within and outside the universities point toward a narrowing of law school programs. There is at best an uneven case on the merits for further broadening of legal education.
Charles D. Kelso and R. Randall Kelso,
Commentary: Legal Education's Future; A Broader Horizon or a Narrowing Window?,
59 Wash. U. L. Q. 661
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