Abstract

LAW SCHOOL AND THE CONSTITUTION

PETER K. ROFES

1995 Florida State University Law Review

This essay is a satirical look at constitutional law course descriptions in law school bulletins. The author suggests alternative descriptions that would make bulletins as "fresh and original" as the typical curriculum in the classroom. This essay is part of a larger project in which the author examines different aspects of the American law school


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