November 15, 2006
IT and the Law School Curriculum
John Palfrey, Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Executive Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society calls attention to the need to adapt law school curriculum to reflect the impact information technology is having on the practice of law in his recent National Law Journal article:
"The first-year law school curriculum took shape more than 100 years ago. The basic curriculum hasn't changed much over the course of the last century. Meanwhile, the practice of law has changed dramatically. One of those changes is the importance of information technologies in what young lawyers do as they enter the profession."
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