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Tenn. J.L. & Policy
This article urges law schools to follow their medical counterparts by incorporating cross-cultural education into their curricula.
Part II discusses the Grutter v. Bollinger decision and the Supreme Court's recognition of the benefits of diversity to legal education.
Part III highlights the changing demographics of the United States and how those demographics require immediate response from the legal academy.
Part IV considers the experience of medical education. This section begins by exploring a study of the medical profession conducted by the Institute of Medicine. The section then addresses medical schools' response to the Institute of Medicine report and the subsequent incorporation of cross-cultural education into medical school curricula.
Part V addresses the recent assessments by CLEA and the Carnegie Foundation regarding cross-cultural competency of lawyers.
Part VI argues that the American Bar Association must take the lead and require law schools to incorporate cross-cultural competency into the education of America's next generation of lawyers.
King-Ries, Andrew, "Just What the Doctor Ordered: The Need for Cross-Cultural Education in Law School" (2009). Faculty Law Review Articles. 92.