In 2007 Harvard Law School made "the most ambitions changes to the school's curriculum since Langdell." That change was the internationalization and globalization of its curriculum. Other law schools, such as Michigan, McGeorge and Georgetown, had already done that. But what is to assure that the recent trend toward internationalization will not be just another fad? This address, after summarizing current developments, provides an answer: learning from foreign law.
James R. Maxeiner,
Learning from Others: Sustaining the Internationalization and Globization of U.S. Law School Curriculums,
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