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The Profession and Legal Education, 23 Rocky Mountain Law Review 11 (1950)

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I trust that the announced title of my paper will seem to warrant a discussion of certain aspects of current programming of legal education which I believe involve a serious shortcoming in our training of would-be lawyers. I hope that my criticism will be credited with intent to be constructive; it is not intended merely to make complaint. I also trust the announced title of my paper will justify some consideration of the thought that the profession and the law schools bear co-responsibility and mutual opportunity for the education of our future lawyers. I also wish to emphasize at this point that I shall undertake to discuss only some of the simpler and more elementary aspects of my general thesis-some of the simpler and more elementary aspects of what I believe to be a serious deficiency in contemporary legal education.

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1950

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