Legal analysis has been the primary focus of law schools since long before the 1973 movie “The Paper Chase” dramatized the agonies of learning case law. In the not-too-distant past, the majority of graduates of top law schools took their highly honed understanding of case law to firms where they worked hard for years trying to make partner and aimed to spend the rest of their professional lives working for one employer.

Today’s legal landscape could not be more different. The legal profession has undergone dramatic change in the past two decades, not to mention the past two centuries.

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