Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Legal Education Renaissance

NITA Program Director and Author, John Sonsteng recently launched a new project titled the Legal Education Renaissance through William Mitchell College of Law where he is a professor.

Here is an excerpt from the William Mitchell Web site:

The Legal Education Renaissance project began more than a decade ago. Two colleagues and I talked about how little we knew about the practice of law when we graduated from law school. We agreed that as new lawyers, we did not understand what it meant to be a lawyer. My colleagues asked why no one was doing anything to improve the legal education system and challenged me to do something about it.

To read the rest and to participate in the forum visit http://www.wmitchell.edu/LER/Legal-Education-Renaissance/


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