Law Schools to Discuss Possible Major Changes

Association of American Law Schools has given significant attention to teaching methods

, The National Law Journal

When 3,000 law professors gather in January for the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, they'll discuss a number of challenges to the status quo, including changing the format of law school, encouraging new forms of scholarship, deciding whether to find new ways for law schools to select students and strengthening the pipeline to public services careers. AALS President Nancy Rogers says the decisions by law schools during the next few years may produce deep changes in legal education.

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