13 Cornell Law Forum 8 (Feb. 1987)
I want to talk about an important issue in legal education today: the role of clinical education in the law school curriculum. I hope to shed some light on that issue by looking at another professional school model-not the medical school model, which is the usual approach, but the music school model. I want to reflect on my experiences as a student at the Eastman School of Music and my recent conversations with Robert Freeman, the director of the Eastman School, and members of the Eastman faculty. In so doing, I want to suggest some parallels between musical and legal education that may enable us to see clinical legal education in a different light.
Aman, Alfred C., "Studying Music, Learning Law: A Musical Perspective on Clinical Legal Education" (1987). Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 997.