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Analyzing Carnegie’s Reach: The Contingent Nature of Innovation

May 2014

From the Journal of Legal Education

To explore the issues in legal education listed in the 2007 Carnegie Report, the authors surveyed law schools on external factors that challenge legal institutions and faculty develop and incentivization that would support circular innovation. The results show that while there is much activity in the area of curriculum – including the key matters of lawyering, professionalism, and especially integration – there is much less in the important areas of faculty development and faculty incentive structure.