Using Professor Jonathan Macey's own field, corporate law, as its focal point, this Article argues that alternative approaches to legal scholarship, whatever their other merits, do not help connect the law school to other parts of the universities in which they are situated, and in face actually alienate the law school from their more intellectually rigorous campus counterparts.
Jonathan R. Macey,
Legal Scholarship: A Corporate Scholar's Perspective,
San Diego L. Rev.
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