Reinventing the law school model

 Staid. Boring. Predictable. These adjectives describe what some people think about law school.

Their opinions would change radically if they could see what a select group of legal institutions are doing these days. 

These law schools are shunning tradition and trying new, extraordinary methods to help their students jet to the top of their profession.

At the request of The National Jurist, the nation's law school deans nominated the schools, faculty and programs they felt were among the most innovative. Whether it is upgraded student services, creative clinics or radical coursework, these educators are taking law school to the next level.

See what's going on at Chicago-Kent, Gonzaga and New York Law school by reading the story in the January issue of The National Jurist here: