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We're Preparing 3Ls for Professional Life

New curriculum at Washington and Lee aims to give students practical experiences

, Legal Times

For many years, voices in the legal profession have called on law schools to innovate, to place greater emphasis on professionalism and learning in context often found in other professional programs. And so, Washington and Lee is embarking on a dramatic revision of its law school curriculum, re-inventing the third year of law school to make it an integrative and experiential year devoted to the development of professionalism through simulated and actual practice experiences.

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