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De Profesores, Chamanes y Curanderos: Hacia una Ética de la Violencia en la Educación Legal

  title={De Profesores, Chamanes y Curanderos: Hacia una {\'E}tica de la Violencia en la Educaci{\'o}n Legal},
  author={Jean-Paul Saucier Calder{\'o}n},
This article discusses how legal education extends the symbolic violence intrinsic to the law and legal discourse. The article, while keeping in mind power relations inherent to legal education, discusses how disciplinary approaches reinforce the symbolic violence conveyed through legal education. The article presents «Interdisciplinarity» in contrast to a structuring and compartmentalized view of the law, and explains how interdisciplinarity can attenuate symbolic violence in legal education… 

Colonialidad del saber jurídico y derecho neo-constitucional en Colombia

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Interdisciplinarity and the Authority Paradigm: Should Law Be Taken Seriously by Scientists and Social Scientists?

This article questions whether those outside law should take law seriously as an intellectual discipline capable of contributing to the development of epistemological thinking in the natural and

The Transformation of an Academic Discipline: Law Professors in the Past and Future (or Toy Story Too)

Since the post-Civil War era law professors have perceived themselves first and foremost as lawyers. For the most part, during that time, we were lawyers teaching students about the law and about how

Does legal education have undermining effects on law students? Evaluating changes in motivation, values, and well-being.

Changes in subjective well-being, motivation, and values occurring over the law-student career were correlated with the sample-wide decreases in intrinsic motivation over the first year, and were also correlated with increases in appearance values and decreases in community service values.

Is 'Thinking Like a Lawyer' Really What We Want to Teach?

This article argues that the phrase thinking like a lawyer assumes that other professions don't have their own ways of approaching problems and that law schools only need to teach how lawyers think,