|Ben Madison, Associate Dean of Instructional &|
Curricular Affairs; Professor; and CEFLER Co-Founder
Since two landmark reports on legal education in 2007, many law schools have recognized the need to focus on their students' character and professional identity formation, not just their development in cognitive and practical skills.
- The nature of the legal profession and the many roles of a lawyer;
- how students can develop an ethical compass that will guide them in law practice; and
- how students can discern their gifts and then, with the help of a faculty coach, find areas of law that will match their gifts.
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