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February 25, 2011


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Harvard has a big faculty. Many of its faculty members would embarrass themselves if they tried to engage with the legal profession, but they also have faculty members with real world experience. If you browse the profiles of the HLS members who will be involved with the Milbank program, you will see that they have chosen those with actual experience.

In other words, litigation skills will *not* be taught Charles Nesson.


The story also mentions Business faculty that I presume will come from HBS which is very entrepreneurial. Many business schools have well developed programs tied into corporate training programs. Some are serious while others such as "mini-MBA" programs are little more than money mills for the B Schools.

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