Ages ago, at my first-year law school orientation, my classmates were told "If you only know the law, then you do not know the law at all." I took the words to heart as I made my way through law school, through law practice and, now, into law teaching. The Cosmopolitan Lawyer lists readings, many non-law, which are influencing my thinking about law. It is my effort to be, and to encourage others to be, more cosmopolitan--and, thus, less parochial--in thinking about law.
October 16, 2011
ON PUBLIC INTELLECTUALS: SEE THE NYT BOOK REVIEW, 10/16/2011
1 day ago ... Mr. Epstein, who taught at Northwestern and edited the American Scholar from 1975 to 1997, discusses the changing role of the public ...October 16, 2011 - By THE EDITORS - Books / Sunday Book Review