Pennsylvania’s law schools are teaming up to teach the law, but don’t expect to see introductory classes like torts or contracts on the course list.

The nine law schools will provide free continuing legal education to the state’s judges in advance of a new education requirement for sitting jurists. It’s a first-of-its-kind CLE partnership across law schools that are typically competitors. The Administrative Office of the Pennsylvania Courts is also involved in planning the CLE curriculum for the more than 600 judges in the state.

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