Students: Little New in Law-School System
A man surnamed “A” has a license to practice law in New York, but this year, he enrolled in a Korean law school because he wants to work in Korea in the future. A, who graduated from an American law school, didn’t have the slightest doubt that the curriculum here would resemble his alma mater’s teaching methods.
Those expectations turned upside down when he took his first midterm exam. All the questions tested his memorization skills, rather than his legal reasoning.
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