Thursday, June 1, 2006
Like Vic Fleischer, I am off to Washington, D.C. for a two-day meeting of the AALS Committee on Curriculum. (Tax Prof bloggers are certainly well-represented on the 9-person committee!). We will be discussing a broad array of possible reforms to the law school curriculum in both the first year and upper years. Our chair, Vanderbilt Dean Ed Rubin, recently hosted a two-day conference on Legal Education: Past, Present and Future (blogged here and here), which I suspect will animate our discussions. Comments are open if folks want to weigh in on what they would do with the law school curriculum.