One wonders if John Rhoades was thinking about lawyers when this was written.Unfortunately (for innovative law teachers at leas~) lawyers often' have a reputation forbeing staid and conservative. Only the passage of time and re-education of lawyers, lawstudents and the public can hope to alter this perception. As role models, law teachers caninfluence students' sense of worth, attitudes, ethics, and professional expectationsenormously. Often this potential sphere of influence is exercised unconsciously, if not,neglected. As a role model, teachers have the perfect opportunity to communicate to theirstudents why their discipline is exciting and why it is worthy of commitment.
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