Bliss talks Law Teaching Reform on New Legal Realism Blog

Monday, February 19, 2018

In a recently published blog post, CLP Resident Fellow John Bliss discusses how empirical legal research can address a major finding from the 2007 Carnegie Report on legal education, specifically that U.S. law schools are not giving their students enough training around professional identity and purpose.

Bliss uses findings from his PhD research on the subject to address this gap and highlights new reforms currently being implemented to improve this important aspect of legal education. You can read more about his research and the interesting findings on the New Legal Realism blog.