Legal education finds itself at the proverbial crossroads. Over the past decade, the decreased number of law school enrollments, coupled with disillusioned students, less than inspiring job prospects, and persistent employer concerns about the preparedness of today’s law school graduates, underscores an existential crisis facing contemporary lawyers: from where will the next generation of legal practitioners arise? This timely forum, helmed by leading voices from the academic, corporate and law firm sectors, offers an earnest examination of short- and long-term strategies for effecting sustainable educational reform. Concerned less about how we got to this point than where we go from here, The Future of Law Schools brings together the legal ecosystem’s primary players in order to underscore the profound need for change.
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