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Public service is a core value in legal education and the legal profession. AALS provides the latest public interest related news and information in American law schools.
Penn State Dickinson Law Launches New International Trial Advocacy Course
JD students help lawyers practicing before international tribunals improve skills in developing a legal theory in an international criminal case.
ABA JOURNAL – The council rejected a proposed revision to Standard 403, which would have modified the rule to require that only the first third of law school courses be delivered by full-time faculty.Read More about ABA Legal Ed council rejects proposal to change full-time faculty requirements, revisits other proposed changes
ABA JOURNAL – Millennials—people who range in age from 18 to 36—make up the largest generational group in the nation’s top law firms.Read More about Millennials now make up the largest generational group in large law firms
ABA JOURNAL – The Law School Innovation Index recognizes 10 technology and legal-service delivery disciplines taught in law schools.Read More about Michigan State University launches initiative to track innovations in legal services at law schools