If law schools haven’t felt the market pressure to diverge from the traditional three-year model, it’s likely they will soon as law firms come under greater pressure from clients to stop training young associates on the client’s dime….
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“Self-pity is easily the most destructive of the nonpharmaceutical narcotics; it is addictive, gives momentary pleasure and separates the victim from reality.”
John W. Gardner
Sep 8, 2009 in Law School Innovation
“I think we are at a moment of historical change across the landscape of legal education,” said Washington and Lee Dean Rodney A. Smolla. “When we look back at this period in five to 10 years, we will mark it as the time when the whole mission of law schools made a fundamental turn.”
Apr 9, 2009 in Law School Innovation
I learned about this incredible program at Franklin Pierce College of Law from one of the talented students at Solo Practice University, Christopher Paul. He is graduating in May, 2009 and will be sworn in to the bar without taking the bar exam. Why? Because he is part of an amazing new initiative at Franklin [...]