Monthly Archives: September 2010

Article: Values Training and Cultural Competency

  Beverley I. Moran, “Disappearing Act: The Lack of Values Training in Legal Education – A Case for Cultural Competency” – Abstract: A renewed movement of curriculum reform is growing within United States law schools. This new curriculum reform movement is based on two … Continue reading

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Connected Communities (Report, UK)

Connected Communities: How social networks power and sustain the Big Society, Jonathan Rowson, Steve Broome and Alasdair Jones (September 2010): “We began our research with an open-ended question as to how much social networks, as opposed to more traditional concepts … Continue reading

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UK: plans to track diversity and class information

Legal Futures reports: The Legal Services Board (LSB) is pushing ahead with plans to require law firms and chambers to publish comprehensive diversity and class information about their staff from next year. For more, go to the Legal Futures blog.

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