Lucent Technologies Inc. has just started a law school, but it’s not the kind with ivy crawling up the sides of its buildings. There are no buildings at Lucent Law School, and no traditional law students either.

The school is entirely online, and its purpose is to teach Lucent employees how to stay out of trouble with the law. “It has become the main way that we practice proactive law,” says W. Preston Granbery, corporate counsel at Lucent Technologies.

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