What They Didn't Teach You in Law School - Until Now

Building a management curriculum for lawyers.

, New York Law Journal

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Silvia Hodges, the director of research services of TyMetrix Legal Analytics and an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law, writes: No matter how we slice it, law school graduates today face a very complex and challenging market. To have a chance at success, these future lawyers need the tools to enable them, in time, to run law firms as businesses. Law schools have been criticized for not teaching lawyers practical lawyering skills. So let's equip them with the right tools.

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    It's been a long known fact that lawyers are not taught how to run their businesses once they get out of law school. They are taught the philosophy and certain cases regarding law but are left to the wolves in terms of running the business. A management class or even a free elective on certain subjects would help them in long run. A lawyer who knows how to sue a business but doesn't know how to run it is not the ideal situation. http://www.legalfunding.com/

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