Hofstra Law Review


Eugene Volokh


The article explores the importance of fostering a culture of free speech and open-mindedness in law schools to effectively train future lawyers. It emphasizes the need for students to understand and engage with opposing arguments, to see the world from different perspectives, and to be willing to make arguments they may disagree with. It also discusses specific practices that can be implemented to promote thoughtful disagreement and encourage the exploration of controversial topics.

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