‘Clever Plans to Reform Legal Education Won’t Make Legal Services Any Cheaper’ up on Am Law Daily

It’s a revised version of my post from a couple weeks ago, “WSJ Op-Ed Reaches Acceptable Conclusion on False Premises.” Link is here:

Clever Plans to Reform Legal Education Won’t Make Legal Services Any Cheaper

Hopefully this will inspire better proposals from reformers.

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  1. Since the ABA clearly has no problem pumping out FAR TOO MANY graduates, for the available number of attorney and law-related positions each year, then they should not be ideologicaly opposed to allowing any college graduate to sit for the bar exam. (Furthermore, it is rather well-known that law schools do not teach students to practice law.) The review prep courses will presumably be happy to teach larger classes.

    Of course, deans at ABA-approved law schools would rather die of ebola than allow this to occur. Remember, these swine do not operate in a “free market.” They simply want to rake in all of those billion$ in federally-backed student loans every, single year.

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