Law Schools Going Online to Reach New Students

Education and Training Daily

Vol. 16, No. 127

As instructors, professors and teachers, we know this is coming. According to this article, “legal education is confronting the most imminent threat in higher education and law schools are increasingly out of step with shifts in the legal services market.” Michael Horn says “some law schools are moving away from relying solely on classic settings and instead are blending classroom learning with online instruction.” The William Mitchell College of Law began offering a hybrid law degree in January 2015. Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Washington University School of Law and Syracuse University College of Law, all offer hybrid programs. Harvard Law School offers an online class on copyright law. Deborah Merritt, a professor at the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law states “sticking to the traditional hampers innovation.” As I’ve said before, I look forward to seeing how law schools change over the next five years. Read more at Law Schools Are Going Online to Reach New Students

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