Legal education is blending with the in-house world up North.
Boston University School of Law is running a program that joins local companies with law school graduates interested in in-house work.
The program, which is in its second year, has six spots open and so far 70 have applied. The companies, National Grid, EMC Corp., ING and Digital Credit Union pay $50,000 plus benefits.
Here’s our question for you:
Do you think this is a good idea for in-house legal education and has your company ever considered a similar program?
Leave a comment below or email me.
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