Journal of Legal Education
And it was.' But it is also a seminar that is in its seventh year at the University of Minnesota Law School. It has been oversubscribed by as much as 300 per- cent. Students have described the course as "A must," "A course I will remember long afterIhaveforgottenmostofthesubstantivecourses,"and "Temendouslyhelpful,itshouldbe required." A student headed for Wall Street and no shrinking violet when finding problems with the course, said "Exposure to this kind of thinking moved me two years ahead as a lawyer."
Charles A. Cox Sr. and Maury S. Landsman, Learning the Law by Avoiding It in the Process: And Learning From the Students What They Don't Get in Law School, 58 J. Legal Educ. 341 (2008), available at https://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/385.