Off to See the Wizard

Munoz, Erick
March 2002
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Spring2002, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p111
Academic Journal
Relates the experience of the author during his school term in Boalt Hall School of Law. Realization of the ideological changes from academics; Recognition of the consequences of giving up on working for social justice; Impact of personally witnessing the Grutter versus Bollinger case on the professional development of the author; Definition of the role of lawyers and their empowerment for social justice.


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