Legends of the Legal Academy, Edward "Bull" Warren, Harvard Law School, law professors, law schools
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First in a series of occasional features, "Legends of the Legal Academy," focused on law teachers whose lessons and teaching style left an enduring imprint on their students, their institutions, and the profession. This essay is a modification of a comment on Duncan Kennedy's youthful assault on the legal education that he had recently experienced, Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System (1983). Kennedy's book was republished in 2003 by the New York University Press, with Prof. Carrington's comment as an addendum to its republication.
Paul D. Carrington, The Pedagogy of the Old Case Method: A Tribute to “Bull” Warren, 59 Journal of Legal Education 457-466 (2010).