In this article Maharg analyses William Twining's inaugural lecture, ‘Pericles and the Plumber’, delivered at Queen's University, Belfast in 1967. He applies Twining's conclusions to two historical case studies in educational design, one at Columbia in the 1920s, and one at Strathclyde 1999–2010. He argues that, over 40 years later, the lecture is still relevant to many of our current concerns, and suggests that, building upon Twining's conclusions, we should view law schools as design schools,...[Show more]
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