Evaluating the American Law School in the Age of Globalization

David S. Clark, American Law Schools in the Age of Globalization: A Comparative Perspective, Rutgers Law Review.  Available at http://pegasus.rutgers.edu/~review/vol16n4/Clark_v61n4.pdf.

In his Rutgers Law Review article David S. Clark evaluates American legal education in the context of the global world.  Mr. Clark develops his theme by discussing four categories: (1) the origins of organized international law and organized
comparative law activities in the United States; (2) recent developments in legal education and the legal profession in the United States and their relationship to international and comparative law and foreign legal systems; (3) the singularity of American legal education; (4) developments in foreign legal education.

After extensive discussion of the preceding four topics Mr. Clark concludes that the American legal education system is the best in the world, but still have room for improvement.

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