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As a law professor, catching up with classes, scholarship, and other work after a conference is always challenging. Last month, I returned to San Francisco from the first gathering of the previously-only-virtual community connected through the Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Initiative (ETL) and website. ETL, through a conference entitled "The Development of Professional Identity in Legal Education," brought together teams from its consortium schools, its ETL fellows, and many other legal education reform advocates. Upon my return, I was confronted with yet another demand on my time (and on my brain). Ideas. Many, many ideas.


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