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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Georgetown Opens Center for the Study of the Legal Profession

Georgetown Law School has announced the opening
of its Center for the Study of the Legal Profession.

From the Center web site:

The Center is devoted to: promoting interdisciplinary
scholarship on the profession informed by awareness
of the dynamics of modern practice; providing students
with a sophisticated understanding of the opportunities
and challenges of a modern legal career;and furnishing
members of the bar, particularly those in organizational
decision-making positions, broad perspectives on trends
and developments in practice.

The Center sponsors symposia, research, publications,
workshops and speakers designed to foster exchanges
among scholars, practitioners and students about the
ongoing evolution of law practice and the aims and
commitments of the profession."

The Co-Directors of the Center are Professor Mitt Regan,, and Professor Jeffrey Bauman,

Hat tip to the Law Librarian Blog.