Blog post about the future of so-called legal incubators and their effect on legal education.
June 18, 2015
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While law firm incubators began before the great recession, they have received increasing attention in light of the challenging employment outlook for recent law graduates and young attorneys in the last eight years.
Until 2010, there were probably only about half a dozen legal incubators, and most of these were housed in law schools. In the last five years, the movement has grown significantly. The number of incubators has grown to around 30 and their homes have expanded beyond law schools to bar foundations and even private companies.Tags: Access to Justice, Law Schools and Law Students, Legal Incubators