The National Law Review: “Those themes emerged during the two-day FutureEd 2 conference last weekend at Harvard Law School — the second in a series of three conferences sponsored by Harvard and New York Law School devoted to generating ideas and consensus about how to make legal education more relevant in light of the changing legal industry. . . . ‘The good news for change today is that there is a pretty widespread feeling that the old model of legal education is not sustainable,’ said David Wilkins, director of Harvard’s Program on the Legal Profession.”
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