MIT School of Law?

My MSU Law colleague Dan Katz has unveiled an intriguing proposal for addressing the economic pressures and technology changes underway in the legal profession–The MIT School of Law: A Perspective on Legal Education in the 21st Century. Check out slides about his MIT School of Law proposal here posted at his blog home, Computational Legal Studies. Katz argues that one way for legal education to remain relevant is to train future lawyers in quantitative methods, information engineering, supply chain management, and technology (check out slide #157 for a sample curriculum). In other words, he says, "yes, there is going to be math on the exam."

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