New Rule Spells Trouble for For-Profit Law Schools

…Is up on The American Lawyer.

Doomed! DOOMED I TELL YOU! Mwahahahaha!

I’d wanted to comment on the ABA Task Force on the Financing of Legal Education’s report, but alas my trusty computer that I’d been working on to write this blog all these years ran its last clock cycle over the weekend. Naturally, everything was backed up and has been transferred to my new machine. The show will continue—albeit with a delay.

In the meantime, here’s some Cloud Cult, which I saw at Minneapolis’ Northern Spark a couple weekends ago.

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3 comments

  1. Why should non-profits not face similar requirements? I can think of at least 50 “non-profit” toilets that the ABA should shut down.

    1. Answer: The Education Department isn’t authorized to regulate non-profit colleges the way it can for-profits. It’s how Congress drafted the Higher Education Act.

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