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Most academics in university law schools claim to offer a liberal education. Few have thought very much about what a liberal education in law means. Basing itself on a detailed examination of the theory of liberal education, this book looks at what the liberal university law school should be doing in terms of its teaching, research and administration.
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Anthony B. Bradley is an American author and professor of religion, theology and ethics at the King's College in New York City, where he also serves as the chair of the Religious and Theological Studies program.
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