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Innovative law school will provide much-needed disruptive change | Fernando Garcia

Thursday, March 08, 2018 @ 12:57 PM | By Fernando Garcia

A 21st century economy and society require a 21st century legal profession that delivers on access, equity and diversity, economic growth and employment — just the sort of law school that Ryerson University is proposing. This is not about Ryerson wanting a law school, as Mark Bourrie contends in his article in the March 1 edition of The Lawyer’s Daily; it is about an innovative university responding to significant changes sweeping both the legal profession and society at large.

I encourage readers to gain a sense...