ALI-ABA and ACLEA”s Critical Issues Summit Starts Today, Webcasts Available

ALI-ABA and ACLEA are conducting a summit on critical issues facing continuing legal education providers, law schools, and the legal profession in equipping today’s legal practitioners Oct. 15 through 17. Called Equipping Our Lawyers: Law School Education, Continuing Legal Education, and Legal Practice in the 21st Century, the summit will focus on issues in six key areas related to lawyer training and development: law school, bar admissions, continuing legal education, minimum requirements for CLE, in-house professional development, and differing generational learning styles. Among the issues to be discussed in this framework
How is legal practice changing and what do those changes mean for lawyers’ professional education?
How is the role of law schools changing?
What models are emerging in CLE and in-house professional development?
What’s next for technology and its application to legal practice and professional education?
What’s next for technology and its application to legal practice and professional education?
What new approaches can be taken to admission to the profession?
How well does today’s MCLE system set standards and meet needs?
What implications do generational differences have for law practice and lawyer professional development?
Webcast information here

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