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Robert J. Rhee
Recently, Brad Borden and I wrote a paper titled “The Law School Firm” (forthcoming South Carolina Law Review). The article idea is simple: Law schools should own and operate affiliated law firms where graduating students go to get trained in the practice of law for a fixed duration, similar to a judicial clerkship or...
Alli Gerkman
IAALS Executive Director Rebecca Love Kourlis responds to questions from the ABA Journal about Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers: "Traditional law classes featuring a professor at a podium directing questions at students may work in the first year when students need to understand legal theory, but by the second and third...
Alli Gerkman
The New York Times laments the growing justice gap and looks to bridge it through increased funding for the Legal Services Corporation, required pro bono, and reformed legal education that allows students to gain experience in public advocacy. Click here to read the article.
Alli Gerkman
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, which gave rise to Educating Lawyers and its findings and recommendations for legal education reform, recognized the launch of Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers. Click here to read the article.
Alli Gerkman
Colorado Public Radio's Ryan Warner watches a clip from The Paper Chase with Dean Martin Katz, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and takes a look at the changing landscape of legal education.
Alli Gerkman
The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) at the University of Denver today launches a unique, national initiative to change the way law schools educate students. “Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers” provides a platform to encourage law schools in the U.S. to showcase innovative teaching to...
Alli Gerkman
Denver Post covered the launch of Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers , highlighting the innovative approach taken by University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
Alli Gerkman
The National Law Journal previewed Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers, which is set to officially launch on August 22, 2011: "A consortium of reformers hopes to turn the tide with a $250,000 initiative aimed at helping law schools and professors share their classroom innovations and course designs. The idea behind the...

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