Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Here's a hint: One of them should be a clinical experience. From the Thomson Reuters sponsored Findlaw blog:
Nobody really wants to take more classes in law school, but wouldn't it be better if law schools had more classes on real law practice?
Like, how about a class on surviving law firm politics or billing more hours in less time? Actually, that could be one class -- law practice ethics.
Seriously, there are some things you don't learn until you start practicing. But more seriously, don't you wish law school had less theoretical and more practical instruction?
- Starting a Law Firm
- Law Practice Clinics
- Internships and Externships
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Read the entire post here.