If the law is becoming more of a business, should law schools become more like business schools? At a number of top campuses, the question is no longer purely academic. More than a few are mulling whether they need to change to better prepare students for the new realities of practice. But many law professors, while welcoming some changes, warn that wholesale adoption of business-school practices risks producing less capable lawyers.
Law Schools Steal a Page From Business Schools
New York Law Journal
May 5, 2004
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