Document Type

Article

Publication

Tennessee Law Review

Year

2009

Abstract

This essay is based on remarks at the 2008 teaching conference of the Society of American Law Teachers, on the theme Teaching for Social Change When You're Not Preaching to the Choir. It reflects on my experience as a liberal/progressive teaching constitutional law in a conservative southern state. It also explores the importance of not just training students in the skills of a junior lawyer but also preparing them for their long-term obligations as citizens and members of the bar.

Comments

"This article was published originally at 76 Tenn. L. Rev. 417 (2009) and appears here by permission of the Tennessee Law Review Association, Inc."