Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Family Court Review

Publication Date

2006

Abstract

The Family Law Education Reform Project (the FLER Project) was launched by a group of professionals who share a common concern. In their regular (for some, daily) interactions in the family court, they routinely observe lawyers who are woefully unprepared to make positive contributions on behalf of their clients. While some novice attorneys struggle valiantly and learn quickly, the quality of their initial preparation is, to use a term that surfaced often in FLER Project discussions, dismal. The question this group asked is “can we help the law schools to do this better?”

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