Each period in history handles reform in its own way. In the earlier days we placed a heavy emphasis on legal realism. We stressed the need to adapt the learning of other disciplines to legal education and to bring the learning of other disciplines into the law school instructional program. As you know, that is an incomplete revolution. It remains a part of our present concern, but our focus today is different.
Education Law | Law | Legal Education
Michael I. Sovern,
Changing Directions at Columbia,
Learning & L.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/faculty_scholarship/4206