Anyone involved in legal education today may wonder where we are, and what we are doing, in our task of teaching. While I am no better placed than anyone else to be able to offer anything approaching a synoptic view of legal education, I can still offer a few thoughts on teaching law. These thoughts are meant neither as a dire warning nor as a call to action. They are published, rather, out of a desire to share some ideas I have culled from the experience of teaching these past twenty years in law school. Teachers and students who find themselves implicated in my claims and characterizations may wish to try out further in their own ways whatever they find profitable in my remarks.
Eisele, Thomas D., "What We Share" (2002). Faculty Articles and Other Publications. 26.