Debra Curtis, Teaching Law Office Management: Why Law Students Need to Know the Business of Being a Lawyer, 71 Albany Law Review 201 (2008). This work examines the course "Law Office Management" and its place in the legal education curriculum. In discussing expert resources on law curriculum development as the MacCrate report and the Carnegie Foundation, the clear message emerges that practical skills of all types should be taught to law students. The article examines these skills and offers solutions as to how this education can be accomplished.
Albany Law Review
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Debra Moss Curtis,
Teaching Law Office Management: Why Law Students Need to Know the Business of Being a Lawyer, 71
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