Luke Bierman, associate dean for experiential education at Northeastern University School of Law, writes: There are no easy choices during times of serious disruption and transformation. And there are as many costs in change as there are in not changing. So it seems like the time has arrived to think seriously about a two-year law school. It rapidly is becoming time to move thought to action if legal education and the profession for which its students are preparing are to remain relevant.
A Two-Year Curriculum: Bold Innovation, or Just Plain Shorter?
New York Law Journal
October 28, 2013