I visited W&L the other week, and I think that this post misrepresents the reformation of curriculum at W&L based off the dean of admissions description of the transformation. As Lenny mentioned earlier, this does not do away with electives at all, or with traditional "teaching" of the law; it's not just practicing under an attorney. Instead it is a practical focus on courses that are taught nearly everywhere. Furthermore, it is my understanding that this transformation is already taking place across the sphere in law schools.
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