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Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy

Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy
Author Duncan Kennedy
Country United States
Language English

Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System is an essay by Duncan Kennedy on legal education in the United States of America. The work is a critique of American legal education and argues that legal education reinforces class, race, and gender inequality.

Publication history

The article was first self-published as a pamphlet in 1983.[1] The pamphlet was subsequently reviewed in several major law journals.

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References

  1. ^ http://duncankennedy.net/documents/Photo%20articles/LEHR_Introduction.pdf

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