Friday, June 20, 2008

Dave Van Zandt does it again--Northwestern Law to offer the option of an accelerated two-year law degree

Dave Van Zandt, one of the true visionary law deans, has announced that Northwestern Law will  offer an option for a two-year law degree (see here).  The degree will be available for students with at least two years of prior work experience (which most Northwestern Law students already have--another Van Zandt trademark).  I've been watching this law school for years, because I already like how it mixes law students and MBA students.  (About the only thing on which Van Zandt and I disagree is the use of the USNWR rankings as a metric for measuring progress.)  Keep an eye on this school.  It continues to impress.

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