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Mari Matsuda NIP: Admit That the Waters Around You Have Grown: Change and Legal Education

As powerfully written as all of her work, this article is filling a space that i really needed filled.  Fleas indeed.

All of this  law was born on dark roads in rural towns where courageous acts forced the arc of history to makes its turn.

Indiana Law Journal Volume 89 | Issue 4 Article 2 Fall 2014 (open access)

 

This Lecture is prompted, in part, by critics of legal education who have identified its unsustainable and regressive practices. It is not intended, however, as another entry in the future-of-law-schools genre. Rather, it is an attempt to reposition the conversation by putting the law school crisis at the tail of a drowning dog with a bigger problem, and then to see how we fleas on the tail might appropriately respond