Dean of Northeastern Law School Cites Innovations in Earle Mack Curriculum
June 4, 2012 — In an article discussing the increasing need for legal education to integrate both theory and practice, Luke Bierman, Northeastern University School of Law’s associate dean of experiential education, cited the Earle Mack School of Law as an innovator in the field that places experiential learning at the core of its legal education program.
In the National Law Journal article, Bierman claims that experiential education programs, like the one at the Earle Mack School of Law, provide a healthy mix of theory and practice that is essential “to address the challeges of the 21st century.”
Earle Mack’s Co-op, clinical, pro-bono and advocacy programs provide students with hands-on legal experience arguing cases, negotiating transactions and carrying out diverse activities that make up legal practice today.
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