Some Thoughts on a More Humanist and Equitable Legal Education

  • A. Wayne MacKay

Abstract

This article starts with the premise that all teaching is a communication of values between student and teacher. An important challenge in confronting law is making it more inclusive and equitable. A critical step in this process is first recognizing one's own biases. Only then will genuine dialogue about the inherent biases in the legal profession and in law schools be possible. Making law schools more inclusive entails not only superficial changes, but an examination of what is taught, how it is taught and how students are evaluated.
How to Cite
MacKay, A. W. (1). Some Thoughts on a More Humanist and Equitable Legal Education. Alberta Law Review, 33(4), 920. https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1126