For this Law School Centennial issue of the Journal, I am undertaking to offer, first, a retrospective view of legal education of the past generation, and, second, a speculative preview of the years that lie ahead. This is a task of no slight challenge, for legal education is a truly complex activity in a rapidly changing world. To present an evaluation of the past as well as a prediction for the future within the compass of a short article necessarily involves both brevity and careful selection of the features of the subject to be examined. Moreover, since I am principally acquainted with the University of Michigan Law School, my observations must necessarily be somewhat localized in nature.
E. Blythe Stason. "Legal Education: Past, Present, Future." Mich. St. B. J. 38, no. 8 (1959): 9-15.