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Kruse quoted in National Law Journal


Hamline Law Director of Clinics Kate Kruse was quoted in the National Law Journal regarding recent recommendations made by the American Bar Association committee reviewing the organization's accreditation standards. As president of the Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA), Kruse commented on the committee's voting procedure, particularly addressing the vote to require law students to complete at least six credit hours of experiential coursework -- clinics, externships or simulation courses, from the CLEA's point of view.

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