Law Schools Finally Responding to Down Economy, Starting to Help Students Prepare for Solo Practice | PhiLAWdelphia | jlharrisesq | 12/9/11

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Interesting article about law schools modifying their mission in light of the downsizing occurring within mega-firms and limited entry-level job opportunities for “green” attorneys.

Brief excerpt from the article:

Law schools have been slow to react, but some are adapting to the new realities of the legal profession. In just the last few years, a handful of law schools have begun to ramp up their efforts to support students in preparing for solo practice, with strong encouragement from the ABA, whose powerful accreditation committee has shown a little life lately.

For full article see Law Schools Finally Responding to Down Economy, Starting to Help Students Prepare for Solo Practice.

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One Response to Law Schools Finally Responding to Down Economy, Starting to Help Students Prepare for Solo Practice | PhiLAWdelphia | jlharrisesq | 12/9/11

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