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Monday, October 31, 2011

Are American law schools short-changing "reproductive rights" law?

There is a lot of (welcome and appropriate) interest in the question whether law schools' curricula are sufficiently comprehensive and doing enough to prepare law students to understand the legal enterprise and practice law in the 21st century.  This essay, at Slate, suggests that law schools, among other things, "aren’t doing enough to educate future policymakers about reproductive rights issues."  This is true, though probably not in the way that the author believes.


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