The 2011 Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers Survey: Compiled Analyses
In 2011, Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers conducted a survey, gathering data about new programs from 118 law schools. The survey intended to determine whether external factors—namely, the economic downturn of 2008—were catalysts for institutional changes or whether schools acted following the Carnegie Report. The survey asked law school deans about substantial institutional initiatives in three broad areas: curriculum, faculty development related to teaching and learning, and the incentive structure for faculty professional activity.
This publication contains IAALS blog posts spanning four years, addressing the results and impact of the survey.