The MIT School of Law: A Perspective on Legal Education in the 21st Century [Presentation Slides Version 1.02]


Paper is in progress and will be on SSRN soon – In the meantime, I would appreciate some constructive feedback from the friends of this blog – just message me directly [email protected] — Cheers, Dan

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6 Responses to The MIT School of Law: A Perspective on Legal Education in the 21st Century [Presentation Slides Version 1.02]

  1. Victor Talha says:

    Hello Daniel Katz,

    This presentation was truly remarkable! It’s completely evident that, to innovate, initiate, and then incorporate this idea would be INDUSTRY CHANGING for the better. The “walls” are truly coming DOWN. Great work, mate! Keep it up, Brother at Information! Please keep me abreast of any new goings-on. thnx :)

  2. Not sure I get the point of this PP presentation. The attempt to quantify the cited trends is confusing; but perhaps that’s just because I “didn’t get it” or am dumb, or need to have it explained in a presentation. Whatever.

    I do agree, however, that here in Michigan, we are waaaaay “overlawyered”. I also agree that data, including legal data, is making it’s way from the courts and law books to the hand-held computer (or communication device), etc…

    • dmartink says:

      Perhaps some of this is lost when you only see the slides — this is about the world that is coming (is already here) and how legal education might pivot to help students be prepared to survive (thrive) :)

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