Author:Christopher Columbus Langdell

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Christopher Columbus Langdell
(1826–1906)
An American law professor and dean of the Harvard Law School, credited as the inventor of the “case system” of instruction now used throughout the legal academy.
Christopher Columbus Langdell

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