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Geoffrey Stone Discusses the Value of Legal Education

Learning to Think Like a Lawyer
Geoffrey Stone
New York Times
July 22, 2011

There is nothing inevitable about the three-year program of legal study, any more than there is about the four-year presidency or the seven-game World Series. These are artificial constructs, but with time and experience we can decide whether they work well.

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Geoffrey R. Stone

Mary Anne Case: "Feminist Fundamentalism"

At a time when so many different religious fundamentalisms are coming to the fore and demanding legal recognition, this talk will seek to vindicate feminist fundamentalism, defined as an uncompromising commitment to the equality of the sexes as intense and at least as worthy of respect as, for example, a religiously or culturally based commitment to female subordination or fixed sex roles.

At a time when so many different religious fundamentalisms are coming to the fore and demanding legal recognition, this talk will seek to vindicate feminist fundamentalism, defined as an uncompromising commitment to the equality of the sexes as intense and at least as worthy of respect as, for example, a religiously or culturally based commitment to female subordination or fixed sex roles.

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