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February 7, 2007

Detroit Mercy School of Law Launches Law Firm Program

The National Law Journal is reporting that the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law launched its pilot Law Firm Program, a series of courses that simulates big-firm lawyering, this semester and has 18 students enrolled. Starting next year, it will require all of its 180 third-year students to complete at least four credits in the program. Students will be able to take up to 26 credits of the program's courses, which use the same numeric grading system as in most of the school's other courses. Cross-posted on Law Librarian Blog. Joe Hodnicki

February 7, 2007 in Teaching -- curriculum | Permalink


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