Future Vision for a MIT School of Law

Daniel Katz @ The Computational Legal Studies blog recently posted an interesting slide presentation on a proposal for what a 21st Century legal education program might look like. Katz sets up the presentation as a proposal for a MIT School of Law. Although it is an interesting topic and the slides will certainly get you thinking about the future of the the profession and how we might educate new professionals, the slides provide very few details. Katz, however, promises a paper will be coming soon on SSRN.

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Edward Bryant

My name is Edward T. Bryant, JD, and I am a lawyer with 10+ years experience working in the legal publishing field (currently employed at Wolters Kluwer). I am focused on issues related to the use of legal data and legal information systems. I am also a blogger, programmer, web developer (mostly PHP/MySQL), and native Chicagoan. There are more details available on the about me page.