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'Innovation Averse' Law Schools Risk Missing Out on the Legal Industry's Regulatory Renaissance

“If law professors and legal educators and law school administrators aren't in tune with how the practice of law is changing, not just in terms of how you deliver legal services, but these new areas that are emerging, then we're doing a great disservice to our students," said April Dawson, associate dean of Technology and Innovation at North Carolina Central University School of Law, during the "Redesigning Legal" speaker series panel discussion this week.

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