In late 1989 a small group of law teachers gathered at the University of Baltimore Law School to discuss "Ideology in the Classroom" with four panelists, each representative of a modern "school" of jurisprudence. The goals of the seminar were to explore what role a teacher's ideology should play in structuring the learning process for students, and to do so in a unique way, by having teachers with clearly defined ideological commitments" demonstrate how they would teach the same material.

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