Legal Education in the United States

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DIANE Publishing, 1983 - 46 pages
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Page 5 - Values —provide statements of US policy together with analysis, commentary, and background information in their thematic areas. All issues appear in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish language versions, and selected issues also appear in Arabic and Russian.
Page 5 - The opinions expressed in the journals do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the US government. The US Department of State assumes no responsibility for the content and continued accessibility of Internet sites linked to herein; such responsibility resides solely with the publishers of those sites. Articles may be reproduced and translated outside the United States unless the articles carry explicit copyright restrictions on such use.
Page 5 - The Office of International Information Programs of the US Department of State provides products and services that explain US policies, society, and values to foreign audiences. The Office publishes five electronic journals that examine major issues facing the United States and the international community. The journals — Economic Perspectives...
Page 13 - Provisional" to the right of their name were provisionally approved as of October 1, 2000. Note: In February 2001, Appalachian School of Law was granted provisional approval by the Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
Page 5 - Embassy or at the editorial offices: Editor, Issues of Democracy, Democracy and Human Rights—IIP/T/DHR, US Department of State, 301 4th Street, SWWashington, DC. 20547, United States of America. email:
Page 15 - Association upon recommendations of the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. The approval granted is of two types: provisional approval and full approval.
Page 20 - The skills and values of the competent lawyer are developed along a continuum that starts before law school, reaches its most formative and intensive stage during the law school experience, and continues throughout a lawyer's professional career. Legal educators and practicing lawyers should stop viewing themselves as separated by a "gap...
Page 23 - Chairman of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Continuing Education of the Bar...
Page 39 - Annual review of legal education. American Bar Association. Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
Page 2 - We are not final because we are infallible, but infallible only because we are final.

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