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May 4, 2010

Theresa Vella participated in a "National Forum on the Future of Legal Education" in Phoenix, AZ. A write-up of that event on the blog Best Practices for Legal Education had this to say:

Theresa H. Vella, a Phoenix-based partner with a major corporate law firm, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, suggested a third year of rotations in which students might spend a month each in a large firm, a solo practice, a government office, and a nonprofit group.

Read the entire blog entry here.

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