November 2018 Bar Bulletin
By Peter Roberts
Think back to your third year in law school. A number of options were on offer: perhaps a law clinic, an externship or an interesting elective course. What was the health of the job market? What was happening in your personal life? Indeed, in my opinion the third year of law school is the threshold for the rest of your professional life.
Examining the Curriculum
Law schools, of course, teach the law. The curricular void has been teaching how to deliver the law to a public desperately in need of those services. Several scholarly studies describe this void...