'Esquire' reclaimed

August 2011
Westchester County Business Journal;8/15/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 33, p6
The article reports on the benefits of the New Directions program which was offered by Pace Law School to teach lawyers practical skills for returning to law practice or other work that taps their legal training in New York state. It mentions that externships is the key element to the program and it required students to complete a minimum of 180 hours in a work setting. It also notes the experience of students who enrolled in the program.


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