Future Ed 2: Making Global Lawyers for the 21st Century





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Published on Feb 18, 2014

FutureEd 2: Making Lawyers for the 21st Century

New York Law School and Harvard Law School hosted a year-long contest of ideas about legal education in 2010. The goal was to come up with operational alternatives to the traditional law school business model and to identify concrete steps for the implementation of new designs. The kickoff event was a two-day conference for educators, employers, and regulators at New York Law School on April 9-10, 2010, to identify problems, innovations and constraints, and to organize working groups to develop designs and strategies for implementation. Working groups refined their ideas and reconvened for a second meeting at Harvard Law School on October 15-16, 2010.

On October 15 and 16, 2010, the Harvard Law School Program on the Legal Profession hosted FutureEd 2: Making Lawyers for the 21st Century. Legal scholars, practitioners and regulators from around the world gathered in Cambridge to discuss the evolution and future of legal education, and to present proposals for change.

Co-sponsored by:
Center for Professional Values and Practice
Institute for Information Law and Policy
New York Law School

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