Pitt Law Among Members of Prestigious Education Consortium
The University of Pittsburgh School of Law is one of only 29 law schools in the country that are members of the Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers (ETL) consortium. Based at the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, this groundbreaking collaborative serves as a platform for sharing insights; experiments; and measurement, implementation, and other techniques related to legal education models past and present. ETL was founded following the release of the 2007 Carnegie Foundation report “Educating Lawyers” and advances the Carnegie Model of legal education.
Professor Michael Madison has been designated an ETL fellow (view his Copyright Law course portfolio here), and he and other Pitt Law Faculty members attended ETL’s first conference, in fall 2012.
See the complete list of ETL consortium members here.