3 Learning & L. 2 (1976)
Table of Contents - Issue 2

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.  Presenting the Issue
-                      By Lester Brickman
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The Stretch for Excellence
By William Pincus
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Apprenticeship with a Difference
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By Gordon E. Gee
2  and Donald W. Jackson
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.2 -Lawyer Skills Can Be Taught
By Norman Redlich
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Countdown on Competency
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-                       In the Halls of Ivy: Legal Robots
E                      By Lester Brickman
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Indiana's Rule 13:
It Doesn't Invite Conformity.
C  a.                    It Compels Competency
By Richard M. Givan
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Indiana's Rule 13:
0 0                       The Killy-Loo Bird of
the Legal World
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=.6 &Ending the Myths That Plague
the Clare Proposals
By Leon Silverman
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It's Your Fault!
By George Bunn

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