30 William Mitchell Law Review 51 (2003-2004)
What were we planning? What were we thinking? What were we daring to do? Oh, so many questions and answers for everything, or so we surmised. Are we any wiser three decades after we thought we knew what we were doing? And, another question, who were the “we”? The real hope in looking back is to help illuminate, a bit, the future for legal education. Recreating time past--and training students to recreate time past for clients in court and hearing rooms--is what helped propel many of us into legal academia. Predicting the future--and helping law professors predict the future--is what interests me in this article.
Haydock, Roger S.
"Clinical Reflections: Looking Ahead Toward the Past,"
William Mitchell Law Review: Vol. 30
, Article 5.
Available at: http://open.mitchellhamline.edu/wmlr/vol30/iss1/5