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At Ryerson, innovation is embedded in our DNA. Our approach to legal education reflects our longstanding commitment to challenge convention in search of new possibilities. In an economy increasingly defined by advances in technology, the lawyer of the future will need a new set of skills.

It’s time for lawyers to be as innovative as the clients they serve. The lawyers we train will be technologically savvy and equipped with crucial entrepreneurial skills, which are key to the contemporary practice of law. Modern businesses face an array of challenges that require nimble and creative legal solutions. Ryerson’s legal curriculum is designed to give tomorrow’s lawyers the skills that are essential to navigate the changing demands of clients and the marketplace at large.

"We’re often doing things for the first time, which means the most valuable lawyers to advise us are those who aren’t confined by a narrow comfort zone."

—  Kevin Callahan, Twitter, Head of Global Business Development Strategy and Operations