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.

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Sep 22, 2016 to Sep 24, 2016
Law schools across the country are talking about learning outcomes—what should they be, how do you develop them, and how do you measure them? Our 5th...
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What are the competencies, skills, characteristics, and qualities that new lawyers need to be practice ready? We're answering that question.
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We are developing data-fueled tools that give prospective students access to meaningful, individualized information about their law school options.
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These resources include course portfolios, articles, tools, reports, and activities from law schools, educators, and members of the legal profession.

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Deans of law schools throughout the nation are faced with unprecedented challenges in legal education: significant restructuring in the legal...
The Journal of Experiential Learning at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center (an ETL Consortium school) is looking for papers for the Fall/...
There is lots of talk about making changes in legal education at law schools. That's no surprise, law professors love to talk. If they loved...
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