The CBA Futures Initiative took to the Twitterverse Tuesday night to talk about legal education.
What was supposed to be a half-hour discussion about objectives and obstacles turned into more than two hours of enthusiastic participation from across the country. Mitch Kowalski summed up the responses about 75 minutes in: “So we’ve seen tuition, diversity, maturity, practicality, length of study are issues. Solutions?”
Karen Dyck summed up the legal profession’s response to these issues so far with an emoticon wink: “Don’t change a thing.”
A lot of the early discussion focused on high and rising tuition costs, in response to . . . [more]