Via TRU Law News, Dean Bradford Morse was interviewed by Canadian Lawyer’s Mallory Hendry on his first few weeks at the helm of Thompson Rivers University Law.
The article explains the interesting conditions on the new dean’s first day at work, and gives a bit of background on Morse, who previously taught law at the University of Ottawa and was also dean at a New Zealand law school for several years prior to coming to TRU.
It also shares Morse’s observations on the differences between law school in Canada and New Zealand, along with the goals he has for his time at TRU:
A few major focus points for Morse are working on providing opportunities for students to gain hands-on legal experience, offering a range of clinical legal education programs, and getting students working in legal advice clinics and other similar initiatives.
“I want to take advantage of being a new law school by being particularly innovative and creative,” he explains.
See the full article here: New law dean sets sights high for TRU.