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April 13, 2012

A New Blog About Law School Reform, by Students

It's about time!

I got a message recently from Tina Tanhehco, who is a law student at UNC.  She and a hardy band of fellow students at a variety of schools have started a new and vibrant blog called Law Schooled, which already has built up an intriguing pile of thoughts (including this take on some of my posts here).

Here is their mission statement:

Law Schooled is an open forum for students to discuss legal education and law school reform.  This blog and network aims to include all members of the law school community in a substantive discussion about how students can play a role in shaping the future of legal education.

From what I can see, these guys are articulate, thoughtful, and use technology well.  I hope more students jump on their bus, and things really start to roll!

-- Mark Osler

 

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