Thursday, November 17, 2011

How Law Schools Try to Win Friends and Influence People

Joe Palazzolo, Law School ‘Porn’: On the Merits, WSJ Blogs (Nov. 17, 2011):
Let’s take a late-morning break to talk porn. Law school porn — those slick mailers law schools send this time of year to influence voting in the U.S. News & World Report’s reputation survey, which is based on voting by legal educators, lawyers and judges, and accounts for 40% of a school’s ranking score. 
The National Law Journal, in this story, picked up on a debate among law professors over whether law schools’ dollars aren’t better spent on, um, education.

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The free market at work.

It's a brave new world.

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