A Case for Disrupting the System of Legal Education
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This essay is focused on the role which law schools might play in “reinventing” the law student for a more robust role in an increasingly complex global economy. The case is presented for law schools to embrace and promote a collaborative orientation toward legal conflict and the role which lawyers have to play as problem solvers. Principles from systems thinking as well as a real-world example are utilized to illustrate why this change is imperative.