What Every Law Student Needs to Excel as an Attorney: Introducing the Fromm Six

One of the greatest people in legal education whom you have likely never heard of is a man named Leonard Fromm. Fromm served as dean of students at Indiana University Maurer School of Law - Bloomington from 1982 to 2012. On Feb. 2, Fromm passed away after a relatively short battle with cancer.

I want to discuss an innovation Fromm contributed to legal education - a contribution that, I predict, will only grow over time. This innovation is a competency model for law students called the Fromm Six. But first, let me supply the essential background.

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