Friday, June 01, 2012

The Cost of Legal Education: A Reform Proposal

Brian Tamanaha,  How to Make Law School Affordable Op-Ed NYTimes (May 31, 2012) :

The economics of legal education are broken. The problem is that the cost of a law degree is now vastly out of proportion to the economic opportunities obtained by the majority of graduates. ...
Two factors have combined to produce this situation: the federal loan system and theAmerican Bar Association-imposed accreditation standards for law schools. Both need to be reformed.

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