Bringing trusts & estates to the front and center of legal education

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In this short essay I make 10 modest suggestions for bringing Trusts & Estates to the front and center of American legal education. Many students take the basic school T&E course with some sense that it is part of a well-rounded legal education, but the field has a reputation for being staid, static and - well, old. For those of us who teach and write in the field, we know nothing could be further from the truth. But how can we convince students and colleagues otherwise? How can we make Trusts & Estates a more integral part of legal education? My proposals cluster in three main areas: curriculum, community and scholarship.
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