How distance learning is changing legal education

iLaw’s Founder, Ken Randall, was quoted extensively in the Spring 2017 edition of National Jurist.

(from “How distance education is changing legal education”, by Jack Crittenden)

“We help schools with course coverage,” said Randall, who helped start one of the first online LL.M. programs when he was dean at University of Alabama. “If you are in a smaller metropolitan region and want to teach international law courses, such as international human rights, we help deliver that curriculum.”

iLawVentures aims to hire the best teachers and create online courses that are then offered to its law school clients. Each school decides which course or courses it wants to offer to its students. If selected, the faculty member becomes an adjunct professor at that school, and he or she abides by the school’s policies, in order to be in compliance with ABA rules.

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