After the Pandemic: Fixing legal education

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Bonus Episode presented by CBA National and CBA Futures: After the pandemic: The future of justice, Ep 3:

Yves Faguy speaks with Cori Ghitter of the Law Society of Alberta and legal market analyst Jordan Furlong about legal education, how it has been affected by the pandemic, and what needs to change for it to address the needs of a modern legal industry.

In this third episode, the guests talk about the sudden shift to online legal education, what it means to be a competent lawyer in 2020, and whether articling, as we know it, ought to be abolished.

Jordan Furlong is a legal market analyst, the author of Law Is A Buyer’s Market: Building A Client-First Law Firm For the 21st Century and of the blog Law21.ca.

Cori Ghitter is the Deputy Executive Director and Director Professionalism and Policy at the Law Society of Alberta.

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