Basic Training

Law schools ponder practical changes to traditional curriculum

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

It's a Tuesday night and Joan Emmet is waiting to walk into the real world. Once the door to attorney Anthony R. Minchella's classroom opens, she and a dozen other Quinnipiac University School of Law students will get some grounding in what it would take to run their own firms. "I've got an eye toward going into solo practice. I thought this would be a real practical course and it's proven to be so," said Emmett.

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