One of the snippets posted covered recent comments by Jordan Furlong about law schools and team work (and the lack of it).
I'd always considered that it was law firms and their culture that tended to drum team working out of its trainees but it apparently happens earlier in the law schools. (I'm sure not all law firms are that way - though from reading some of the blawgs and reading Legal Week I'm not so sure now)
When I was studying some of my happiest times where when I was talking to fellow students from all over the world and gaining new insights that I would never have had in the first place - if they hadn't been so open and hopefully they felt that I contributed as well.
Knowledge sharing is an entree into the world of innovation if we have or are allowed to make time for it as well as having a good team working relationship.
Anyway click on the title of this post to read the article