"The Purer Fountains": Bacon and Legal Education
AbstractThis paper will set out Francis Bacon's philosophy of legal education, analyze its fundamental pedagogical and doctrinal elements, and examine its lessons for American legal education today.
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Francis Bacon; legal education;
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