In response to the abysmal job market, Santa Clara University School of Law has rolled out an extra program, which is built on advice from working lawyers. New courses offered in the spring and fall will focus on law firm economics and practice management. A third course is in the works, focusing on professional development skills. The courses were developed with insights from the school's Legal Recruitment Advisory Board, which includes eight well-placed alumni who hold managing or hiring partner posts.
Law School Offers Courses Developed With Help From Working Alumni
August 3, 2009