Monthly Archives: November 2010

Podcast: Integrating Practice Management Tools in Law School

An interesting podcast on Integrating Practice Management Tools in Law School With law firms cutting back or eliminating summer internships and law schools focusing on teaching theoretical legal concepts, law students find themselves in a difficult position in a difficult … Continue reading

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Report: Work Experience and Professional Identity (UK)

Access to legal work experience and its role in the (re)production of legal professional identity UKCLE PDF project Project team: Andrew Francis, Keele University (e-mail: a.m.francis@law.keele.ac.uk) and Hilary Sommerlad, Professor of Socio Legal Studies at University of Leicester (previously at Centre … Continue reading

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News: UK looks at training

U.K. fretting about the future of legal education, too Karen Sloan November 19, 2010 Legal educators in the U.S. aren’t the only ones struggling to adapt to the changes in the legal profession. The three largest professional regulatory bodies in … Continue reading

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Event: Diversity in the Legal Profession (Can)

Diversity in the Legal Profession: Opening the Door to Legal Education Presented by the Ryerson Diversity Institute and Law Centre on  November 24, 2010, 8:30 am – 10:00 am.  For details on the agenda and registration, click here.

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Report: Diversity in the Legal Profession (USA)

From the Americal Bar Association, Presidential Diversity Initiative (2009-2010), Diversity in the Legal Profession: The Next Steps.  For a copy of the report, click here.

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Toronto: Call to Action Canada Nov 18, 2010

SUMMIT – TORONTO THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2010 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.  For more, click A Call to Action Canada. For Senior Corporate Counsel and Invited Law Firm Managing/Senior Partners

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