Failing Law Schools
argues that going to law school is a raw deal for most students. He and other law professors and administrators who have watched graduates struggle with debt, declining career prospects and stagnant salaries hope the book's dissection of the problem will jolt colleagues out of complacency.
By Karen SloanJune 18, 2012
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