Wash. & Lee’s experiment with 3d year

Bill Henderson has data and it looks like a success. Washington & Lee is the Best Legal Education Story of…

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A review of Tamanaha

I have integrated the substance of several of my prior posts here on the future of the American law school…

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The myth of law school brochure power

As part of an effort to examine claims that law schools were responsible for “creating” the mismatch in the market…

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Will “separate but equal” return to the American law school?

It is instructive to listen to or read one of the many eloquent speeches of Martin Luther King today and…

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Lawyers for America – Hastings style

It’s such a great idea, it turns out some one has come pretty close to proposing it already. I was…

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Lawyers for America – a modest proposal

The debate over whether or not law school is a “scam” would seem to be largely over. Court after court…

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Law school is not a “scam” but you don’t want to end up like Liz Wurtzel

Introduction The law school is a “scam” argument depends, in my view, on some tendentious ideas. A “scam” implies that…

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Celebrate new year with “Rights and Revolution”

  From the back cover: The victory of the Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua in 1979 opened up a major new…

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