The Millennials are starting law school, and Hofstra University librarian Tricia Kasting is trying to get a feel for the new students. Born between 1982 and 2002, they've used technology all their lives and are comfortable with it, but they also expect stimulation and dislike mundane work. Mass media has left an impression that work should be fun, exciting and high-paying from the start. Kasting acknowledges wanting to help Millennials achieve their goals -- the question is, how?
Commentary: This Generation of Law Students
Special to Law.com
September 26, 2006
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