Choose a Law School Based on Teaching Style
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For more than a century, U.S. law schools have typically taught students using the Socratic method, which involves professors interrogating students and demonstrating how to analyze court cases, and they have typically graded students through make-or-break final exams. But law schools are evolving to respond to changes in the legal marketplace, experts say.
October 10, 2016