Legal Education in the United States, 1 American Law School Review 13 (1902-1906)
In Mr. O'Brien's interesting Life of Lord Russell, which has recently appeared, the writer speaks of the latter's great interest in the subject of legal education, and of his unsuccessful efforts to reform the system as it exists in England. He quotes from an address which Lord Russell delivered on the subject, and adds: "But nothing came of his address, and the question of 'legal education' still belongs to the future."
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Rogers, Henry Wade, "Legal Education in the United States" (1902). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4079.