This Article examines the ways in which large law firms have served as educators. Furthermore, the Author considers how law firm efforts as educators might be enhanced. The paper looks at the necessity for law firms to continue to educate their associates and the motivation for associate training. The author proposes that law firms must embrace comprehensive strategies that impart performance standards, benchmarks, and core competencies through experiential training.
Paula A. Patton,
LARGE LAW FIRMS AND THEIR ROLE IN THE EDUCATIONAL CONTINUUM OF LAWYERS,
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