Saint Louis University Law Journal
Those of us teaching the Business Associations course in law schools are almost universally presented with a combination of circumstances that provides a unique opportunity for transformative teaching. These circumstances start with the outstanding quality of our students but also include their limited educational exposure and experience in business matters, their indoctrination into the “lawyer as litigator” model of the first-year curriculum, their lack of contact with transactional and collective decision making, and their unfamiliarity with the concept of lawyer as value creator.
John H. Matheson, Transforming Trepidation into Transactional Lawyering, 59 St. Louis U. L.J. 841 (2015), available at http://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/376.