Do law schools need to change?
Preparing students for the post-recession landscape was the theme of the day at a recent College of Law get-together...
Preparing students for the post-recession landscape was the theme of the day at a recent College of Law get-together
Amid continued uncertainty over the long-term viability of the global law firm business model - and suggestions that law schools need to reconsider the way they deliver legal education in response to the market – the York branch of the College of Law held its 20th anniversary celebrations last week. Speakers included the College CEO Nigel Savage and Law Society Vice President Robert Heslett; both of whom reflected on the likely long-term impact of the recession on the future of legal education.
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