Associate Dean Martin Pritikin discusses the changing legal education and career landscape, how law schools can continue to provide value by innovating and providing practical skills, and technology in legal education.
“All of these reforms require law school faculties and their administrations to conceptualize and work on their curricula holistically, rather than as an amalgam of independent courses. This may be the most challenging aspect of all, as it may involve a relatively radical shift in institutional governance. But these are the steps that are critical to law schools staying relevant to twenty-first century law practice.”
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