The course I recall best from law school was Carol Weisbrod's family law class at the University of Connecticut. At the time, I did not appreciate it. In fact, I thought it downright bizarre, even offensive. You see, she used science fiction as part of the pedagogical material. At the time, I wondered what that had to do with the precise metes and bounds of the law, and with the tidy world of justice. Now I think she was onto something. Reason is overrated.
One Hand Clapping
Family Court 'Experts' Are Cause For Concern
The Connecticut Law Tribune
January 9, 2012
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