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March 11, 2008

Washington and Lee and the New Third Year


I have to admit-- I love the reforms that have been spurred by the Carnegie Report.  Most recently, and perhaps most significantly, Washington and Lee has presented a bold plan to remake their third year into a program on real lawyering.  Using simulations and other tools, they will address both litigation and transactional work.   For full details, see the impressive web site site W & L has set up to explain the new program.

The Washington and Lee plan seems especially well thought-out, and once implemented may serve as a model for others.

-- Mark Osler

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VERY interesting and encouraging! Kudos to W&L (though I wonder if the announcement was specifically timed just before new US News rankings are about to generate buzz)

I wonder how long this program took to "enact" and whether/how students were incorporated into the reform dicussion. I also wonder how the "success" of this reform will be judged.

Posted by: Doug B. | Mar 14, 2008 9:43:08 AM

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