A Flex-Time JD in Canada: New Approaches to the Accessibility of Legal Education
Canadian Bar Review
The focus of this study is accessibility and inclusion in legal education. Bringing together conversations about broadening financial and structural access to legal education, we seek to broaden the institutional responses to the CBA’s call for accessible and innovative legal education in the Futures Report by making the case for a Flex Time Juris Doctor (JD) program. This paper explores how more flexible models of JD programs can foster a more diverse and inclusive learning community for law students.
Bullen, Darcel and Sossin, Lorne, "A Flex-Time JD in Canada: New Approaches to the Accessibility of Legal Education" (2017). Articles & Book Chapters. 2604.