The law-trained man has frequently been viewed as faced toward the past and preoccupied with precedent, form, words, technicalities, and money. Well might such a man be the fitting product of an educational diet of moldering appellate case opinions taken Socratically with a few crusts of casebook "notes" and classroom lapses into lecture. This is not a man for the season of scientific successes or for a society transformed by technological change.
George T. Frampton,
Scientific Eclat and Technological Change: Some Implications for Legal Education,
Mich. L. Rev.
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