Today's Law School Curriculum

Journal of the Kansas Bar Association, Vol. 41, p. 145, 1975

5 Pages Posted: 26 Feb 2012

Date Written: February 25, 1972

Abstract

In this article I have attempted to provide for those interested a brief overview of the K.U. Law School curriculum. The word "overview" is important, because persons outside the law schools often place too much emphasis on such matters as the presence or absence of a particular course, the number of credit hours assigned to each course, or the list of required courses. Others may attempt to judge a curriculum by scanning the often misleading catalog listing of courses. The far more important test is the overall program of study of the typical graduate. The emphasis should not be on specific courses, but on the extent of training provided in each of the several broad areas of the law.

Suggested Citation

Dickinson, Martin B., Today's Law School Curriculum (February 25, 1972). Journal of the Kansas Bar Association, Vol. 41, p. 145, 1975, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2011238

Martin B. Dickinson (Contact Author)

University of Kansas - School of Law ( email )

Green Hall
1535 W. 15th Street
Lawrence, KS 66045-7577
United States

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