ABA Journal:  The ABA House of Delegates voted Tuesday to adopt a resolution to urge law schools to more adequately prepare law students for the real-life experience of practicing law and bolster CLE training to better bridge the gap between law school and actual practice.

Submitted to the House in a late report from the New York State Bar Association at the ABA Annual Meeting in Toronto, Resolution 10B (PDF-Revised) resolves that the ABA recommends “that law schools, law firms, CLE providers and others concerned with professional development provide the knowledge, skills and values that are required of the successful modern lawyer.”