Professor John McGinnis from Northwestern Law School joins the Federalist Society, Professor Paul Carrington (Former Dean of Duke Law), and Irish LLM student Conal Honan to discuss the possible reform of legal education. In numerous countries (Ireland for example) one can become a lawyer by studying law during undergrad and sitting for a bar exam. Should the United States adopt a similar structure for legal education? Is there any real benefit to three whole years of law school? Come find out! Free lunch! Cosponsored by the Education Law Society. For more information please contact Phil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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