Not often in the field of higher education does there exist an opportunity for hundreds of college students to learn relevant and important subjects at no cost to themselves or their institutions. And not often in the field of legal education do law students find an exciting means of developing the non-research related skills that every attorney should possess. Even more rare would be a procedure that combines both of these needs into one single program. Sound impossible? Not at all. Simply let law students teach law courses to undergraduates.
Charles J. Averbook,
Law Students Teaching College Students: A Golden Opportunity,
Law Quadrangle (formerly Law Quad Notes)
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