Law schools across the country may soon feel the push toward making their curricula more real-world oriented, according to one panel of law school deans. A discussion at the 3rd Circuit Judicial Conference Tuesday saw representatives from four prominent, yet very different, law schools talk about how they've been trying to prepare their students for life after graduation. Duke Law School Dean David Levi said the legal landscape has changed in such a way that the old curricula just may not cut it anymore.
Panel: Law Schools Must Adapt to New Post-Grad Reality
The Legal Intelligencer
May 6, 2009