A network of 10 law schools has launched a project aimed at improving how law schools operate, ranging from changes in curricula to providing more practical, real-world training for students. Several reports and discussions this year have pointed out the challenges schools face in educating and preparing students to become lawyers. "I hope that this will give momentum to real change in law schools," says Lisa Kloppenberg, dean of University of Dayton School of Law, which is among the participating schools.
Network of Law Schools Reviews Curriculum, Focus
The National Law Journal
October 30, 2007