What Socrates Divides and Aristotle Unites: Law School Teaching Culture in the U.S. and Germany

When a German law student comes to Harvard Law School, it seems quite obvious that this is not only about a change of classroom. All apparent out-of-classroom differences set aside, Germany is a civil law country—and this in itself, one is inclined to think, engenders huge differences in law school experience. However, a maybe less […]