Recent news articles describe soaring tuition costs and growing enrollments, all in the face of fewer jobs awaiting law school graduates. See, e.g., David Segal's article, "Law School Economics: Ka-Ching!" in the July 17 New York Times. A related question is whether law students are receiving value for their tuition money. Law schools are charged with the responsibility of preparing students for the practice of law. Law schools grade students. How would the students grade law schools?
How Would Students Grade Their Law Schools?
The Legal Intelligencer
October 6, 2011
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