For law school deans troubled by the diminishing importance of litigation skills in a U.S. legal world where trials are becoming a rare occurrence, there will be an opportunity next month to commiserate and brainstorm on the topic. DePaul University College of Law on July 31 is hosting a two-day symposium in Chicago exclusively for law school deans. DePaul alumnus and personal injury attorney Robert Clifford is sponsoring the all-expenses-paid, five-star hotel trip for 185 law school deans.
Chicago Symposium to Address Effect of Vanishing Trials on Legal Education
The National Law Journal
June 10, 2009