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Law School Based Incubators and Access to Justice
Faculty Scholarship
  • Patricia Salkin, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
  • Ellen Suni, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law
  • Niels Schaumann, California Western School of Law
  • Mary Lu Bilek, University of Massachusetts School of Law
Subtitle
Perspectives From Deans
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2015
Disciplines
Abstract
At the end of February 2015, law professors, law deans, incubator staff and attorneys, and self-selected others gathered at California Western School of Law for the Second Annual Conference on Law School Incubators and Residency Programs. The incubators that are the subject of this article tend to focus on transition to law practice and access to justice, and some are also working to incorporate technology for the practice of law as a means of enhancing access to justice. As more law schools decide to host, sponsor or offer an incubator, and following our panel discussion at the February 2015 incubator conference, we thought it would be helpful to consider fundamental issues deans grapple with when asked to launch an incubator. This list may not be exhaustive, but it will certainly more quickly advance the conversation, and offers a roadmap of sorts for an incubator business plan.
Citation Information
Salkin, Patricia and Suni, Ellen and Schaumann, Niels and Bilek, Mary Lu, Law School Based Incubators and Access to Justice – Perspectives from Deans (2015). 1 J. Experiential Learning 202 (2015).