This was brought to my attention by Professor Irene Scharf, a frequent author on this blog.
The New York Times has an editorial yesterday on Legal Education Reform. It also appears in the paper on page A16. Here is a piece:
Addressing these issues requires changing legal education and how the profession sees its responsibility to serve the public interest as well as clients. Some schools are moving in promising directions. The majority are still stuck in an outdated instructional and business model.
Give it a read and tell us what you think!
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