Sturm College of Law, Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System
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When we discuss legal education reform, some of the more jaded members of our community often ask, “Why is this time any different?” They rattle off a list of dust-covered reports about proposed reforms for legal education, often dating back several decades, and wonder how we can be optimistic about the prospects for meaningful reform now.
The answer is that we are in the midst of a perfect storm; one in which several powerful forces are driving law schools toward reform.
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Martin J. Katz, Why This Time Is Different: The Perfect Storm and the Future of Legal Education, IAALS BLOG (Oct. 10, 2011), https://iaals.du.edu/blog/why-time-different-perfect-storm-and-future-legal-education.