Here’s a great way to start off a week: by trying to make a difference to the legal profession.
The American Bar Association is seeking comment on the best practices law schools should be adopting. This is an opportunity to sound off on the legal training ground.
The initiative is part of the strategy of the ABA’s Task Force on the Future of the Legal Profession.
As the ABA describes it:
“The Task Force on the Future of Legal Education was created in summer 2012, and charged with making recommendations to the American Bar Association on how law schools, the ABA, and other groups and organizations can take concrete steps to address issues concerning the economics of legal education and its delivery. The need for the Task Force, and for recommendations as to action, results from rapid and substantial changes in the legal profession, legal services, the national and global economy, and markets affecting legal education.”
“The Task Force is working through two subcommittees, one dealing with the economics of legal education, and the other dealing with the delivery of legal education and its regulation.”
For more information about the specific questions the subcommittees are addressing, read this ABA Journal article by Mark Hansen.Follow @azatty