Sunday, February 12, 2012
By Professors Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn) and Robert J. Rhee (Maryland), available at 63 S.C. L. Rev. 1 (2011) and here on SSRN. From the abstract:
This Article introduces the concept of the law school firm. The concept calls for law schools to establish affiliated law firms. The affiliation would provide opportunities for students, faculty, and attorneys to collaborate and share resources to teach, research, write, serve clients, and influence the development of law and policy. Based loosely on the medical school model, the law school firm will help bridge the gap between law schools and the practice of law.