Theory Makes Successful Lawyering Possible

, New York Law Journal

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Jeremy Paul, dean of Northeastern University School of Law, writes that the over-emphasis on the divide between theory and practice lurking within today's calls for law school reform obscures a far more basic reality. Grounding in "theory" is what makes successful lawyering possible in the first place.

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