Notes From Babel

Too Many Lawyers?

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Certainly, there are always too many bad lawyers.  It only takes a small number, after all.  But I tend to agree that the problem the LA Times complains of is a red herring.  If the B.A. has become the equivalent to a secondary eduction, then law school is always going to be a top contender for graduate school options. The real worry is what’s being taught at these law schools.  Too often law schools turn into mills for social policy makers.

H/T Volokh.


Written by Tim Kowal

January 10, 2010 at 2:07 pm

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