One of the most important ways for faculty to enrich their teaching and scholarship is through meaningful connections with the practicing bar. One effective way of developing these connections is through involvement in law reform efforts. This Essay focuses on developing these connections along two dimensions-through the work of the Uniform Law Commission and through involvement with trade organizations or nonprofit groups.
R. Wilson Freyermuth,
Teaching and Scholarship Enrichment through Involvement in Law Reform, 53 Wake Forest Law Review 935
Available at: https://scholarship.law.missouri.edu/facpubs/714