We report the results of an online survey, conducted on behalf of Harvard Law School, of 124 practicing attorneys at major law firms. The survey had two main objectives: (1) to assist students in selecting courses by providing them with data about the relative importance of courses; and (2) to provide faculty with information about how to improve the curriculum and best advise students.
Citation: John C. Coates IV, Jesse M. Fried and Kathryn E. Spier, What Courses Should Law Students Take? Lessons from Harvard’s BigLaw Survey, 64 J. Legal Educ. 443 (2015).
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