Ethics Matters

An Uncertain Future For Legal Education

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


I was in Chicago for some bar business the other day when Tom Lyons, of Rhode Island, told me that he had just been appointed to an American Bar Association committee studying the future of legal education. Tom is half of the Fred Ury/Tom Lyons tag team that has been traveling the country telling lawyers how the profession is changing and urging bars to get ahead of the trends that threaten to reshape (demolish?) the practice of law as we know it.

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