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June 6, 2007

Important data and ideas for would-be innovators

Richard Sander is guest blogging over at Empirical Legal Studies, and his first two posts, which both discuss parts of his empirical research on large law-firm hiring and attrition rates provide much food-for-thought for would-be law school innovators.  Consider:

  • Some Good News About Women in Law, which says, inter alia, that in "the course of a generation, it seems, gender segregation in the law shifted from being very high to being relatively low."

I am not entire sure what the take-away should be for law schools in light of Sander's various findings.  But I am sure that Sander is continuing to do very important work that all persons thinking about law school reforms ought to contemplate.

June 6, 2007 in Legal profession realities and developments | Permalink


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