Legal Incubators Can Help New Lawyers And Society

By Martin Pritikin (August 7, 2017, 3:29 PM EDT) -- The new buzz at law schools these days is producing "practice ready" graduates. But the reality is, making good on this promise is difficult (to say the least). Live-client clinical training is relatively expensive due to the need for low student-faculty ratios to ensure adequate supervision. Cost aside, over the course of students' three or four years in law school, it is hard to find the time to train them to think like a lawyer, be prepared to pass the bar exam, learn about specialized areas of law, and also have them practice skills they'll need to start representing clients from day one....

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