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    Hello everyone!

    Most of you already know that law schools have been working hard to create more practical curricula and, indeed, this is an era of very dynamic change in law schools. Well, on this subject, I wanted to bring your attention to a Wall Street Journal article profiling the University of New Hampshire’s Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program success as measured by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System.

    If you’re considering law school, we hope you consider the teaching of practical skills when evaluating prospective programs as we fully believe it is sometimes masked by the career placement numbers.

    Best of luck with your applications!

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    If they had been teaching practical skills all along, they wouldn’t have gotten into this predicament in the first place.

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    auelox
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    They didn’t have to since law firms were willing to hire them without those skills.

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