One of the casualties of the generally beneficial merger of law and equity has been the abandonment by law schools of courses treating equitable relief. The author of this article perceives an increasing need for curriculum changes which will restore this neglected subject to its proper role in the education of the lawyer.
A Note on the Role of Equity in the Curriculum of the Modern Law School,
1967 Duke Law Journal
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