In the coming years, the William S. Boyd School of Law will continue to pursue its standing goal of becoming a great law school for Nevada. That project is considerably more complex today, due to significant changes taking place in the legal profession. Though our first decade's successes have created a solid foundation from which the law school can take on these challenges, the changes to the profession are rapid and many are likely long-lasting. The school's graduates face a world with a considerably tighter job market. Law schools are being asked to provide greater skills training even as the rapid changes in the job market make it more crucial that we instill in our students the rigorous analytic ability that will permit them to effectively take on new, complex practices amid economic instability.
Nevada Lawyer, Sept. 2011, at 20.
White, John Valery, "State of the Law School: Achieving Academic Success in Nevada" (2011). Scholarly Works. Paper 861.