Dean Paul Caron Quoted in "Hybrid JD Programs Are Gaining More Traction at Law Schools" -- Law.com
Dean Paul L. Caron is quoted in the Law.com article, "Hybrid JD Programs Are Gaining More Traction at Law Schools." The article considers the increasing number of law schools that have been approved by the American Bar Assocation to offer hybrid JD programs.
Excerpts from "Hybrid JD Programs Are Gaining More Traction at Law Schools"
After Mitchell Hamline’s hybrid J.D. program was approved, Paul Caron wrote in his Dec. 19, 2013, blog: “It’s the first such program at a fully accredited law school. And depending on whom you ask, it’s a risky, or a long overdue, venture that could shake up the tradition-bound halls of legal education." ...
Paul L. Caron, Duane and Kelly Roberts dean and professor of law at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, reported on his TaxProf Blog in March that South Texas College of Law-Houston and Vermont Law School became the 14th and 15th schools to offer hybrid online J.D.s.
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