Perspectives on Law-in-Action
Professor Kenneth V. Davis, Jr.
"Law in Action" reminds us that no matter how interesting or elegant the theory or idea, we always need to ask, "Why should this matter to people in the real world?"
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Professor Lisa Alexander
"The Law School has embraced my Community Economic Development Law “service learning course” because it helps students learn the “law in action.” Students study various theories of community development law and policy in the class, but they also test those theories by visiting live CED projects and working with organizations confronting particular problems. ”
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Professor Heinz Klug
“This need to look beyond the published opinions of courts or the formal laws and rules adopted by governments has meant that I have remained closely engaged in the issues.”
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Professor Michele LaVigne
"Law matters because of the effect it has on the individuals it touches. Every one of those people has a story and that's where the excitement and the truth can be found."
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