John J. Bonsignore, Law School Involvement in Undergraduate Legal Studies, 32 J. Legal Educ. 53 (1982)
Even in 1982, "[p]ractitioners currently find fault with law schools for neglecting skills . . ." From the Conclusion: "Law-school teachers who enter the field of undergraduate legal studies in good faith can expect a richer environment than they usually must endure. The more disenchanted they are with law-school orthodoxies, the more they will contribute to undergraduate study, to their own academic and personal lives, to professional legal education, and to the lives of professional law students."