Am Law Daily Essay ‘ABA Regs Don’t Cause Tuition Increases, Law Schools Do’

I rewrote my post from Monday for the Am Law Daily. It’s much better than the original with thanks to the Center for American Progress’ Julie Margaretta Morgan’s paper, “What Can We Learn from Law School?” Morgan lead me to a 2009 GAO Report on law schools that I hadn’t known about.

Here’s a link to the essay:

ABA Regs Don’t Cause Tuition Increases, Law Schools Do

Also, to all you New Englanders out there, because I wrote about New England School of Law, here’s one of Boston’s finest musicians (it’s a good city for music).

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