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« Kermit Roosevelt's "In the Shadow of the Law" | Main | Allegorical speech »

August 11, 2006



I met his honorable Chemerinsky at Bar-Bri Con Law. There were students there taking notes verbatim on the laptop. I thought reading his treatise might just be enough but he's still god to some.

Do law school professors believe that they are actually making any difference in the real world?

it must be tough to spend your whole day working on theories that you know will have little or no impact in the real world.

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