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Canadian law schools embracing technological change with new courses, training

Wednesday, August 08, 2018 @ 12:10 PM | By Carolyn Gruske

Law schools are changing.

They’re adapting to the demands placed on them by students eager for technological training that will allow them to not just keep up with a world ever more dominated by the latest high-tech concepts and tools, but to be able to use those advances in their own careers as lawyers.

Interested to see if law schools were evolving and altering their curricula and teaching philosophies to ensure their students get useful and appropriate technology training, The Lawyer’s Daily surveyed Canadian law schools about their approaches...