Latest Journal of Legal Education Issue

Latest Journal of Legal Education Issue Focuses on International and Comparative Law

Issue 67-4 of the Journal of Legal Education responds to the relationship between American legal education and globalization and internationalism, through an examination of international and comparative law.

The issue includes the following articles:

The book review included in this issue is “The Global Evolution of Clinical Legal Education: More Than a Method by Richard J. Wilson,” by Richard A. Boswell.

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American Academy of Arts & Sciences Journal, Dædalus, Dedicates Issue to Access to Justice

“Access to Justice,” the Winter 2019 issue of Dædalus, the Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, is a multidisciplinary examination of this crisis, from the challenges of providing quality legal assistance to more people, to the social and economic costs of an often unresponsive legal system, to the opportunities for improvement offered by new technologies, professional innovations, and fresh ways of thinking.

Guest editors Lincoln Caplan (Yale Law School), Lance Liebman (Columbia Law School), and Rebecca L. Sandefur (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) have assembled a diverse group of authors including scholars, lawyers, judges, and business and nonprofit leaders, to discuss efforts needed to address the fundamental problems of restricted and unequal access to justice.

This issue is available for free access here.