Andrew Francis explains how legal education is responding to inter-disciplinary professional work

Legal and professional services sectors face unprecedented turbulence in the midst of the global pandemic, including new ways of working, business failure and having medium-term business planning completely overturned. 

Legal education is responding to this turbulence by rethinking the design and delivery of programmes, but also by ensuring that our students develop the skills and attributes that they will require in a rapidly changing graduate workplace. 

At Manchester Law School, we have maintained our engagement with a range of professional service firms and other stakeholders throughout the lockdown. They continue to tell us that they are looking for graduates with resilience, creativity, an understanding of pro...

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