REFLECTIONS OF A LAWYER'S SOUL: THE INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE OF POFESSIONALISM AT THE THOMAS M. COOLEY LAW SCHOOL
Item #: 63832
Pages: i-xviii, 394 p.
Subjects: LEGAL EDUCATION, LEGAL PROFESSION
The recent Carnegie Report on educating lawyers speaks tothe need of law schools to integrate ethics into thedoctrinal study of law. That report is a vindication ofCooley Law School's program. The law school has demonstratedin a variety of ways that it is educating and supporting itsstudents in a professional ethic. It encourages them lesstoward self-realization (too often a narcissistic andphantom pursuit), and more toward community service and ahealthy self-examination that will uphold the higheststandards of honesty, integrity and decency. Judges, barleaders who shape the legal profession, lawyers, legalacademics, law students and those who are thinking ofattending law school would be well-served by reading thisvolume.