How Firms Can Help Law Schools Leap Into The Future

By Rachel Rippetoe (August 30, 2021, 12:02 PM EDT) -- The pandemic has catapulted both law firms and law schools alike into a new age of modernization, normalizing a hybrid remote working model and squashing outdated barriers to entry into the profession.

Law schools in particular are turning a corner: online schooling is becoming a more accepted option for a degree, the bar exam in some states is no longer required for entrance into law firms and a greater emphasis is placed on students gaining practical work experience before they embark on summer associateships, or sometimes before they even apply to law school.

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