From the ABA:
There’s been a lot of discussion about the future of the legal profession, and the type of lawyer you will need to be in order to succeed in it. Some law schools are embracing this in fits and starts, while others are lagging behind, so it falls to law students to identify the keys to their future success. One of these is collaboration, and this is something that you can start to practice the skills for right now in law school.
Practically, how do you get started? Here are three tips, which have been gleaned from seeing successful and efficient collaboration in action for more than a decade.
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