Harvard Law School has begun teaching a course on practical skills, creative thinking and excercising judgment for their 1L students called The Problem Solving Workshop. The course is designed to take students through an entire case, from the first time the client walks into the office, to the resolution.
The program has received a high level of interest, not only from law schools, but also from firms who donated attorney time to help instruct students.
The program is discussed in the Harvard Law Bulletin.
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