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IAALS co-founder and board member John Moye has been honored as one of Colorado’s 10 “Lawyers of the Decade,” a special award from Law Week Colorado, one of the state’s leading legal publications. Click here to read the article.
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IAALS board member Judge Kevin Burke of Hennepin County District Court is interviewed in this article about judicial election reform action in Minnesota. Click here to read the article.
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IAALS board member Karen J. Mathis was among five women to receive the Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award. The Women Lawyers of Achievement Award, established in 1991, honors outstanding women lawyers who have achieved professional excellence in their area of specialty and have actively paved the way to...
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John Moye was recently named Chair of the Alumni Visiting Committee for his alma mater, Cornell Law School. Click here to read the article.
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Chairman Emeritus of Duane Morris recently asked how, if tables were turned, students might grade their law schools. He ends with five suggestions for schools to improve, including a two-year plan, a three-year plan with advanced classes in a second discipline, business training, practical training, and internships...
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This opinion piece by ALM's editor-in-chief argues that change in legal education won't be driven by universities, professors, students or employers, but rather by the client community and the organized bar (specifically, the American Bar Association). Click here to read the article.
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Some law schools, including City University of New York (CUNY) , are offering "solo incubators" to support recent graduates who are launching solo practices. CUNY's program offers office space and access to experienced solo practitioners. Click here to read the article.
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Professor David Thomson, whose Course Portfolio for a discovery class is available here , wrote a guest post for CBA-CLE Legal Connection, discussing the Carnegie Report, his own experience as a young lawyer, and why he created this course. Click here to read the post.

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