34 J. Legal Education 190 (1984)
This Article explores the moral implications of a legal education. Specifically, the author addresses three moral points of view—teleologically, interpersonally, and responsibility—and explains how a legal education advances or is in opposition to a moral community.
Thomas L. Shaffer,
Moral Implications and Effects of Legal Education Or: Brother Justinian Goes to Law School,
34 J. Legal Education 190 (1984).
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