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What is a T-shaped graduate? And why are they so valued in law?

23 August 2018   (0 Comments)
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T-shaped graduates refer to graduates who have expert knowledge in a certain field but are also able to collaborate. 

These skills are particularly in demand in the legal world. 

Traditionally, law schools have been providing generalist degrees. However, this model may no longer fit with today's needs. 

Here are a list of law schools who are said to be producing T-shaped graduates*. 

  • Munich Intellectual Property Law Centre (MIPLC)
  • Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki
  • Durham Law School
  • KU Leuven Faculty of Law

*Some of the above are commercial partners of the publication.

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