Notable Organizations Leading the Way

Leading Legal Education Reformers:Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers (ETL)
ETL is an initiative created by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, operating by the University of Denver. This is a profound effort that features select law schools, which are members of a consortium. Additionally, ETL features selected law professors that have implemented two or more of the Carnegie Apprenticeships in their either their entire course or a portion thereof. The lead author of the Carnegie Report, William Sullivan, is now the director for ETL.

The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning 
Teaming up together, in a collaborative effort, Gonzaga University School of Law and Washburn University School of Law created the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning. Co-directors, and co-editors for the Context & Practice Series of casebooks, Professor Michael H. Schwartz and Professor Gerry Hess help lead American law schools into the new era of legal education. Most notably, Best Practice for Educating Lawyers comes from this institute.

The Carnegie Foundation 
 The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching provides a significant amount of information regarding education reform on all levels (e.g., K-12, undergraduate, and graduate). Specifically, this foundation is credited with the 2007 report, Educating Lawyers: Preparation for the Profession of Law.