It started with this tweet.
Some more questions:
How might we decide what 21st century lawyers need to learn?
How might we design and deliver a curriculum that reflects what we learned from the above query?
How might we prepare 21st century law students for a bar exam?
How might we connect the silos of bar examination with legal education?
Should there be a bar exam? If not, then what?
How might we prepare 21st century law students for a meaningful, productive career that does not include getting barred or engaging in the “traditional” practice of law? If we decide this is a valid mission?
How might we create a meaningful conversation on these and many other important questions about legal education, that leads to proactive innovation (change that creates value for stakeholders) rather than reactive choices that do not create value?