Why Not a Clinical Lawyer-School?, 81 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 907 (1933)
The method of teaching still used in some university law schools (and accepted by them as more or less sacrosanct) is founded upon the ideas of Christopher Columbus Langdell. It may be said, indeed, to be the expression of that man's peculiar temperament.
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Frank, Jerome N., "Why Not a Clinical Lawyer-School?" (1933). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4109.