Law firms want to hire “practice-ready” graduates for associate positions. But what if a law student could experience life as an associate while in school?
It’s an idea IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law is ready to explore.
This fall, the school will launch Intensive Clinic, a semester-long program for third-year students in which they do one clinic — and nothing else.
“This is basically taking a small number of students and getting them operating as if they are an associate at a law …