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November 12, 2006

What should be asked of new lawyers?

Over at my other blog project, Law School Innovation, Gene Koo of Harvard's Berkman Center is seeking help on developing a survey for new lawyers in order to learn more about how prepared they are for today's legal work world.  If you are someone interested in legal education or training (such as a law prof, law firm manager, CLE provider, associate, or law student), please cruise over to LSI here to weigh in.  Thanks.

November 12, 2006 at 05:21 PM | Permalink

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