'Emerging from the chrysalis of apprenticeship': Rethinking objectives in law school education

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Legal Explorations:Essays in Celebration of Michael Chesterman, 2003, First, pp. 15 - 43
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Michael Chesterman's working life has been spent as legal educator, scholar, researcher, law school dean and law reformer. This chapter honours these contributions, but particularly those as legal educator. The diversity of the roles that he has assumed reflects the range of social purposes that law schools themselves serve.
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