PRESENT-DAY LAW SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
Item #: 11289
Pages: xv, 598 pages
Published: Boston; The Merrymount Press; 1928. Reprinted in 1987.
Series: HISTORICAL WRITINGS IN LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE, SECOND SERIES
Subjects: BAR ASSOCIATIONS, LIBRARIANSHIP, LEGAL EDUCATION
This work was among a number of "bulletins" published by theCarnegie Foundation in cooperation with the American BarAssociation dedicated to the study of legal education in theU.S. This one includes Canada and focused on the functionand work of law schools. The four topic areas are: thedevelopment, mutual relations and influence of the twonational organizations that are particularly interested inthe formulation and maintenance of professional standardsAmerican lawyers-the ABA and Association of American LawSchools; requirements for admission to the bar, in so far asthey directly affect law schools; the professional oracademic degrees conferred by law schools; and the type ofinstitution-college or university, educational department orindependent law school assuming responsibility for providingprofessional instruction in the law.
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