Wednesday, September 28, 2005
At law. com, Stephen J. Friedman, dean of Pace Law School, provides insightful commentary concerning the disjunction between the law school curriculum and the practice of law. He argues that, "[w]hile we don't need radical changes in a law
curriculum that has worked for a long time, legal education must be
brought into closer alignment with the need of law students to hit the
ground running when they begin to practice law." To read A Pracitical Manifesto for Legal Education, go here.
[Meredith R. Miller]