Education without walls - opportunities in the virtual classroom
The new media age has created a generation of law students well versed in digital communication and technologies. A host of social media tools and free-to-use communication platforms have become second nature to the lawyers of tomorrow. As legal practice becomes increasingly globalised and law firms explore the cost-effective and collaborative benefits of virtual technologies, how should legal education keep pace?
Jacqueline Kinghan reports on the opportunities in the virtual classroom
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