Accelerator-to-Practice Program

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Accelerator-to-Practice Program at Suffolk Law School
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Course description
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Teacher(s)/ Author(s): 
Berman, William
Seidman, Ilene
Teacher(s)'/ Author(s)' contact information: 
William Berman, Clinical Professor and Managing Attorney, Accelerator Practice Suffolk University School of Law accelerate@suffolk.edu
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Clinical Professor Law Suffolk University School of Law
Year: 
2016
Country: 
USA
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The Accelerator-to-Practice Program at Suffolk University Law School in Boston is described as the first of its kind comprehensive three-year course of study and practice designed to prepare graduates to join or start sustainable law practices serving average-income individuals and families. To create practice-ready graduates, the program includes the creation of a law practice within the Law School (the Accelerator Practice) to train students to be competent lawyers within three years. Successful applicants are admitted into a specialized track of instruction that includes an expanded professional development and skills curriculum, technological training, supervised internships, associate-level work in the Accelerator Practice, and career development and practice supports.

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