The Journal of Legal Education (ISSN 0022-2208) is a quarterly publication of the Association of American Law Schools. The primary purpose of the Journal is to foster a rich interchange of ideas and information about legal education and related matters, including but not limited to the legal profession, legal theory, and legal scholarship. With a readership of more than 10,000 law teachers and about 500 subscribers, the Journal offers an unusually effective medium for communication to the law school world.
Volume 65, Number 3 Spring 2016
From the Editors
Postgraduate Legal Training: The Case for Tax-Exempt Programs
Adam Chodorow and Philip Hackney
The Ph.D. Rises in American Law Schools, 1960-2011: What Does It Mean for Legal Education?
Justin McCrary, Joy Milligan, and James Phillips
Write a Wikipedia Article for Law School Credit - Really?
John C. Kleefeld and Katelyn Rattray
At the Lectern
On Legal Scholarship: Questions for Judge Harry T. Edwards
Ronald K.L. Collins
Book Review of "Versions of Academic Freedom" by Stanley Fish