Conn. Task Force Calls For Legal Education Reforms

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Changes in the legal marketplace have caused law schools, law firms, bar associations and governmental regulators to reconsider all aspects of legal education. For decades, law schools utilized the Socratic Method to teach law students to "think like a lawyer." Thereafter, these newly admitted attorneys would be scooped up by law firms who would train and mold them into well-paid and productive attorneys.

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