Strategic Plans

A growing number of law schools are addressing the need for reform in legal education strategically to meet the changing demands of the legal community. Here, you can review some innovative approaches currently underway.

The Indiana University Maurer School of Law has developed a strategic plan that includes its commitment to a continuously updated curriculum that meets the changing needs of the profession and professionalism, including the areas of writing, communications, and clinical opportunities.
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law has developed a Strategic Plan that adopts two major initiatives designed to achieve excellence in teaching and scholarship, and produce graduates who are practice-ready and equipped to lead.
Stanford Law School is forging more interdisciplinary opportunities, offering a more global education, emphasizing clinical education, and creating a center for public service and public interest law.
Northeastern University School of Law has in place a Strategic Plan with a strong focus on experiential education and graduating lawyers “trained for practice.”
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