Legal educators in the U.S. aren’t the only ones struggling to adapt to the changes in the legal profession.

The three largest professional regulatory bodies in the United Kingdom announced on Friday a joint review of legal education and training. The review is a collaboration between the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the Institute of Legal Executives Professional Standards and the Bar Standards Board. The effort has the support of the Legal Services Board — the independent body created in 2007 to oversee the regulation of lawyers in England and Wales.

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