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December 1, 2006

Stanford Law School Announces New Model for Legal Education

From the press release: Stanford Law School announced changes that are transforming the JD into a three-dimensional degree program that combines the study of other disciplines with team-oriented, problem-solving techniques and expanded clinical training that enables students to represent clients and litigate cases—before they graduate. Stanford’s innovation is being driven by the new demands on modern lawyers, which are fundamentally different from those present when the law school curriculum was formed. Read more about it. -- Joe Hodnicki

December 1, 2006 in Teaching -- curriculum | Permalink


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