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education; experience; future; law; legal; school
Legal education is becoming more experiential, and this is a good thing. This essay examines both claims, and provides an account both of the origins of the experiential turn in legal education, and its implications. This account is written from a Canadian perspective, and more parochially, from an Osgoode Hall Law School perspective. That said, I believe this analysis is relevant to legal education more broadly, and contributes to the ongoing and vital debate over the future of Law School.
Sossin, Lorne, "Experience the Future of Legal Education" (2013). Comparative Research in Law & Political Economy. Research Paper No. 47/2013.