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Law Schools Struggle To Find Themselves In Post-Recession Market

By Natalie Rodriguez | September 12, 2018, 9:16 PM EDT

Students return to campus for the fall semester at Columbia University in New York City. (Annie Pancak | Law360)

Classes on blockchain and artificial intelligence. Crash courses in business and financial markets. Workshops role-playing real-world problems.

These are just a few ways law schools are trying to prepare students for a job market that has been permanently transformed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. While the recession's hit on law schools took a few years to unfold, experts say the impact 10 years on has...
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