Disrupting Legal Education

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Whilst the impact of technology on legal profession is yet to be fully realised, it's certainly true to say that significant change has already occurred with momentum continuing to build. These changes to legal practice, including impending developments, demand that legal educators consider how best to equip graduates for a future in law. We must reflect upon the knowledge, skills, and disposition future lawyers will need, to inform what we teach and how we teach it, and to ensure that legal education embeds professional skills development that is relevant to equipping law graduates for future legal practice.

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Disrupting Legal Education. / Kate Galloway ; Skead, Natalie; Offer, Catherine.

In: Legal Business World Publications , Vol. 2019, No. 1, 01.2019, p. 61-68.

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