Essays on Legal Education
Remembering Keith Aoki’s Casual Legal Studies: Art During Law School, 45 UC Davis L. Rev. 1817 (2012)
Interview with Duncan Kennedy, Harvard Law School, Cambridge MA (USA), May 2008 (by Mauro Zamboni), 32 REFTÆRD Årgång, no. 2/125 (2009)
Teaching from the Left in My Anecdotage, 31 NYU Review of Law and Social Change 449 (2007)
Introduction, in Symposium: Dismantling Hierarchies in Legal Education, 73 UMKC L. Rev. 231 (2004)
Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System, A Critical Edition, with contributions from Paul Harrington, Peter Gabel [weblink], Angela Harris, Donna Maeda and Janet Halley (NYU Press, Critical America 2004)
The Social Justice Element in Legal Education in the United States, the Sir Elwyn Jones Lecture, The University of Wales, March 19, 2002.
Legal Education, Professional Ethics, and Mandatory Pro Bono: A Conversation with Duncan Kennedy, by Ed Baker, PRAXIS, University of Wisconsin Law School, Spring 2001 [weblink]
Politicizing the Classroom, 4 Review of Law and Women's Studies 81 (1995).
A Conversation with Duncan Kennedy, by Gerard Clark, 24 The Advocate, The Suffolk University Law School Journal 2 (1994).
A Cultural Pluralist Case for Affirmative Action in Legal Academia, 1990 Duke L. J. 706 [also in Sexy Dressing, Etc]
The Liberal Administrative Style, 41 Syracuse Law Review 801 (1990).
The Responsibility of Lawyers for the Justice of Their Causes, 18 Texas Tech Law Review 1157 (1987).
Liberal Values in Legal Education, 10 Nova Law Review 603 (1986).
L'enseignement du Droit et la Reproduction des Hierarchies Professionelles, Annales de Vaucresson, deuxième semestre 1985, no. 23, p. 191 [short version of Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy (AFAR 1983)]
Psycho-Social CLS: A Comment on the Cardozo Symposium, 6 Cardozo Law Review 1013 (1985).
Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System (AFAR 1983) [also published in updated book version as Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System, A Critical Edition, with contributions from Paul Harrington, Peter Gabel [weblink], Angela Harris, Donna Maeda and Janet Halley, and with a new introduction and afterword by the author (NYU Press, Critical America 2004)]
The Political Significance of the Structure of the Law School Curriculum, 14 Seton Hall Law Review 1 (1983).
Legal Education as Training for Hierarchy, in D. Kairys, ed. The Politics of Law (1982, 2nd ed. 1990, 3d ed. 1998)
Rebels from Principle: Changing the Corporate Law Firm from Within, 33 Harvard Law Bulletin 36 (1981).
First Year Law Teaching as Political Action, 1 Law and Social Problems 47 (1980).
How the Law School Fails: A Polemic, 1 Yale Review of Law and Social Action 71 (1970).