Regent’s Center for Ethical Formation and Legal Education Reform is co-sponsoring (with University of St. Thomas Law School, Georgetown Law Center, and Pepperdine Law School), the following symposium:
"Twenty-Five Years after MacCrate’s Four Professional Values and Ten Years after Educating Lawyers’ Third Apprenticeship and Best Practices’ Emphasis on Professionalism: The Next Steps of a Professional Formation Social Movement in Legal Education and the Legal Profession,” at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in downtown Minneapolis on Friday and Saturday, February 17–18, 2017.
The Symposium includes leaders in the field of developing professional identity formation, cultivating ethical decision-making, and generally making the so-called Third Apprenticeship (from Carnegie report) a reality.
|CEFLER Co-founders: Dean Natt Gantt and Professor Ben Madison|
Dean Natt Gantt and Professor Ben Madison, co-founders of Regent’s Center, will present at the Symposium. They will join representatives of the American Bar Association, William Sullivan (lead author of the 2007 Carnegie Institute’s Educating Lawyers, as well as distinguished faculty from law schools across the country.