Proposing A Continuum of Legal Education and Collaboration Beyond Three Years

By: Gregory Bordelon, Executive Director of the Louisiana Committee on Bar Admissions

Law school may be three years, but preparing for life as a lawyer takes much longer – an educational journey that spans close to twenty, if we’re speaking only about formal schooling.  The intricate web of life events that influences a person’s decision to become a lawyer cannot be easily distilled through the often intense period of adapting to the first year of law school. It is not a “one size fits all” proposition.  This, in part, is why people react differently to the 1L year, some with intellectual exhilaration, some with confusion, and others with anxiety and doubt. I refer to studying legal education before and after law school as continuum studies – the study of how events before and after law school impact lawyering. Continue reading “Proposing A Continuum of Legal Education and Collaboration Beyond Three Years”

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