The Federalist | Feb 28, 2021 | 0
Line-drawing and Legal Education
I recently posted a short draft essay, just 10 pages long, called “Line-drawing and Legal Education.” Here’s the abstract:
Law professors love to ask: “Where do you draw the line?” This essay offers a guide to what is in play when professors ask their favorite question. It identifies the assumptions about legal education and the legal system that lead professors to see line-drawing as important. It explores why students may see line-drawing as superficial and small-minded. And it concludes with practical tips for students on how to respond when professors ask them where they would draw the line.
Comments very welcome! E-mail any comments to me at orin [at] berkeley.edu.
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