Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Frustrated Pedagogues Speak Out

Over at TortsProf Blog, Professor Childs has invited a number of guest commenters to chime in with their opinions about what students should be taught in the law school torts curriculum, that isn't getting taught now. We're among the participants, but it's an interesting set of views anyway.


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