Teaching about legal ethics is just like teaching about any other area of law. And teaching about legal ethics is different from teaching about any other area of law. Teaching about legal ethics is harder than teaching about any other area of law. And teaching about legal ethics is easier than teaching about any other area of law. Legal ethics was once thought to be among the least important things about which American legal educators teach. Today, legal ethics is regarded as a quite important thing about which to teach. Someday soon, I expect, legal ethics will be regarded as the most important thing about which American law schools teach. Where does this odd mix of observations lead? And what do they have to do with experience?
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Moliterno, James E.
"Experience and Legal Ethics Teaching,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 12
, Article 1.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol12/iss1/1