This article examines who law professors are and what their roles consist of when educating law students. The article discusses the ethical and moral dilemmas that law professors can find themselves in while trying to be competent and trustworthy in their teaching. The article also discusses the role of mentor and counselor as they guide students’ in creating their professional identities.
Nicola A. Boothe-Perry, The New Normal for Educating Lawyers, 31 BYU J. Pub. L. 53 (2016).