When most attorneys attended law school, there were few elective options for those students interested in pursuing a transactional practice. This problem was especially acute for those looking for practical, rather than theoretical, training. But in recent years, law schools have sought to fill that void.

Case in point: The University of Pennsylvania Law School has introduced a new seminar this semester dealing with contract drafting. The class will be taught by Kenneth Adams, a Penn Law alum who will commute from his Long Island, N.Y., home. School administrators say the 14-student seminar has received a tremendous amount of interest from the student population.

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