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April 25, 2008


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Eric Muller

Al, thanks for pointing this out. It's wise -- and sure, it's about law teaching too ... and probably many, many other fields.

Only one thing in the piece nags. I think Glanville chickens out at the end. I'm referring to this: "And after all, there are different types of contributions, to be made by young and old, that can get a team to the same place. It just depends on what you are looking for and how you want it done."

What does this last sentence actually mean? I keep reading it and reading it, and it seems more vapid each time I read it.

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