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Category Archives: Legal News and Debate
It All Started With the Case Study Last week we shared with you “The Four Cs,” proposed solutions to the crisis in legal education. We have one more to consider: the Case Study Method. Let’s call it the Fifth C. … Continue reading
The Four Cs Last week we shared solutions to the crisis in legal education, drawn from the disciplines of science and technology. Particular schools have piloted other new programs for legal education, and these experiential “innovations” have proven track records … Continue reading
Taking Cues from Science and Technology Last week’s blog post made it seem as if the end of traditional legal education is near. But, as the saying goes, every ending is a new beginning. Scholars and practitioners are proposing solutions to … Continue reading
There have been no definitive predictions for a Doomsday, but educators, lawyers, and media argue that legal education is teetering on the brink of catastrophe. Here’s what they say are the warning signs: Disparities in Supply and Demand: Rutgers University … Continue reading