Monthly Archives: August 2012

Carole Silver on global legal education

Continuing our discussion on global legal education, Carole Silver of Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law responds to Tejani and Aman.  Professor Silver is an expert on legal education and the globalization of the legal profession.  She has directed major programs at Georgetown and Indiana in these areas in addition to her own empirical research on global legal education.

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Aman responds on Law School Crisis

Riaz’s excellent post suggests a number of intriguing possibilities for rethinking the standard law school curriculum. I find especially provocative his  challenge to reconsider the conventional distinctions of subject matter from the
standard of social movements and their transnational effects.

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Tejani on Transnationalism and the Law School Crisis

Transnationalism and Nonpurity: Europe, Law Schools, and ‘Law in Action’ for the Current Crisis

Riaz Tejani

Having recently completed an ethnography of “crisis” in French politico-legal culture in the period surrounding the failed European Constitution, I was intrigued by Alfred Aman’s piece on the “Law School Crisis” (3/13/12).

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