Washington Law Review
Our predictions of future developments may be wrong, but if we do not at least think seriously about what skills these students will need to participate in the rapidly changing legal profession, we as legal educators will be certain to disserve both our students and their future clients.
Thomas D. Morgan,
Economic Reality Facing 21st Century Lawyers,
69 Wash. L. Rev.
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