Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers

The legal market is changing, and legal employers and members of the profession are increasingly calling on law schools to change the way they educate lawyers. Meanwhile, more information, data, and resources are being developed to help law schools and legal educators improve their programs and demonstrate greater value to students and the profession. Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers is at that intersection, bringing the profession and law schools together to solve the challenges before us.

Oct 1, 2015 to Oct 3, 2015
At the 4th Annual Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference, we willl debut survey results from our Foundations for Practice project, following a...
What are the competencies, skills, characteristics, and qualities that new lawyers need to be practice ready? We're answering that question.
We are developing data-fueled tools that give prospective students access to meaningful, individualized information about their law school options.
These resources include course portfolios, articles, tools, reports, and activities from law schools, educators, and members of the legal profession.

Recent Blog Posts

On the occasion of his retirement, John Lande , now Professor Emeritus at the University of Missouri School of Law and ETL Fellow , collected his...
In a recent Bloomberg BNA article , law schools are encouraged to better prepare future lawyers for the growing electronic legal landscape. From...
Congratulations to the University of New Hampshire School of Law's Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program (DWS) on being selected as one of three...
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