RAISING THE BAR ON BUSINESS LAW EDUCATION
BY MYRA THOMAS
he work of a lawyer is often focused on knowing the inner workings of running a business. Whether it’s serving as in-house counsel or running a law firm, a large number of attorneys today are tasked with understanding the nuances of everything from corporate accounting to entrepreneurial matters. While the doctrine behind the law is still very much a critical part of any legal education, Emory Law’s curriculum is also evolving to better reflect the many realities of being a lawyer in the 21st century.
EMORY LAWYER SPRING 2016
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