Exporting Law School (Italian Edition)
In a little under two weeks, I’ll be traveling to Italy to participate in Temple Law School’s Summer Session in Rome. It’s a real hardship, this job.
Because of the trip preparations, and a crashed computer, blogging has been light of late for me and will continue to be so for a while. (Though I’m preparing one big post before I go.) So, I thought I’d open an open thread. Here are some topics to spark discussion.
First, if anyone has recommendations for really exceptional meals in Rome, Florence, Sorento, and Naples, please share them. Yes, I know the food is good everywhere. I’m talking 10-ten-best-meals-of-your-life good.
Second, what is the Moneylaw perspective on the proliferation of summer programs run by domestic law schools? Such programs often seem to me to fill an important pedagogical mission – at least in design – because American legal education remains quite parochial. But Jeff Harrison blasted such programs in his 2006 Turkey Awards. What role should summer sessions best serve?