State of Legal Education: Structuring Continuing Legal Education in IndiaAugust 16 2012
Previous articles in this series have talked about legal education in law schools. In the third article in the "State of Legal Education" series, Badri Natarajan talks about legal education after law school. "Since (unlike in Suits) most lawyers do not have a photographic memory of every piece of legal knowledge that exists", Badri Natarajan argues that there must be "some way to maintain and expand our legal knowledge over time."
by Badri Natarajan
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