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" What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is not experience in the work of a lawyer's office, not experience in dealing with men, not experience in the trial or argument of causes, — not experience, in short, in using law, but experience in learning... "
The Centennial History of the Harvard Law School, 1817-1917 - Σελίδα 26
1918 - 412 σελίδες
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The Contemporary Review, Τόμος 76

1899
...road which is new to them, but with which he is well acquainted from having often travelled it before. What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is...not experience in dealing with men, not experience iu the trial or argument of causes — not experience, in short, in using law, but experience in learning...

Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Μέρος 2

American Bar Association - 1906
...Harv. L. Rev. 424, Contemporary Kev. (Nor., 1899). " to teach law is not experience in the work of the lawyer's office, not experience in dealing with men, not experience in the trial and argument of causes, not experience, in short, in using law, but experience in learning law."1 This...

A Record of the Commemoration, November Fifth to Eight, 1886, on the Two ...

Harvard University - 1887 - 379 σελίδες
...road which is new to them, but with which he is well acquainted from having often travelled it before. What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is...of the Roman procurator, but the experience of the Roman juris-consult. My associates and myself, therefore, have constantly acted upon the view that...

Harvard College, by an Oxonian

George Birkbeck Norman Hill - 1894 - 337 σελίδες
...road which is new to them, but with which he is well acquainted from having often travelled it before. What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is...of the Roman procurator, but the experience of the Roman juris-consult." 2 1 Catalogue, pp. 346-49, 511. From an article on the Harvard Law School, by...

Harvard College: By an Oxonian

George Birkbeck Norman Hill - 1894 - 329 σελίδες
...road which is new to them, but with which he is well acquainted from having often travelled it before. What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is...the experience of the Roman advocate or of the Roman prjetor, still less of the Roman procurator, but the experience of the Roman juris-consult." 2 1 Catalogue,...

The Teaching of English Law at Harvard

Albert Venn Dicey - 1900 - 19 σελίδες
...road which is new to them, but with which he is well acquainted from having often travelled it before. What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is...of the Roman procurator, but the experience of the Roman jurisconsult. " My associates and myself, therefore, have constantly acted upon the view that...

The Teaching of English Law at Harvard

Albert Venn Dicey - 1900 - 19 σελίδες
...road which is new to them, but with which he is well acquainted from having often travelled it before. What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is...the experience of the Roman advocate or of the Roman prsetor, still less of the Roman procurator, but the experience of the Roman jurisconsult. " My associates...

Proceedings of the ... Convocation, Τόμος 38

University of the State of New York - 1900
...with which he is well ac•quaiuted from having often traveled it before. What qualifies £ pei-son, therefore, -to teach law is not experience in the...in dealing with men, not experience in the trial or arguments of causes — not experience in .short, in using law, but experience in learning law.1 This...

Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Τόμος 30,Μέρος 2

American Bar Association - 1906
...many who now believe that what qualifies a person " to teach law is not experience in the work of the lawyer's office, not experience in dealing with men, not experience in the trial and argument of causes, not experience, in short, in using law, but experience in learning law."i This...

Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Τόμος 33

American Bar Association - 1908
...road which is new to them, but with which he is well acquainted from having often traveled it before. What qualifies a person, therefore, to teach law is...of the Roman procurator, but the experience of the Roman jurisconsult." * It is not necessary and probably never will he the fact that all teachers of...




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