Law school is a transformative process. Students learn things that lawyers need to know and learn how to do some of the things that lawyers do. But that is not all. Beyond knowledge and skill, law students absorb lessons about the professional values that are supposed to guide the deployment of their newfound knowledge and skill.
Patrick E. Longan, Daisy Hurst Floyd, & Timothy W. Floyd, Law School and Professional Identity Formation, Ga. Bar J., Dec. 2019, at 62.