The future of legal education – part 2: gazing in the crystal ball

UK“So, where do my musings, based on the previous post, lead me? Let’s start with the biggest change. I anticipate that we will see the gap between elite and local institutions widening, with a greater degree of mission and market differentiation than at present. By 2029, what we might think of as the modern ‘compleat university’ will I think be the preserve of a few elite institutions.Why? First, I think it will be recognised that the demand for graduate employment has been misjudged and that the HE sector has become bloated …” (more)

[Julian Webb, hEaD space, 5 October]


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