There’s nothing like a scorned law school graduate with mounting debt and a niche in cyberspace to stir up a great debate about the merits of a legal education.
At a time when hundreds of junior associates have been laid off and scores of newly minted graduates remain jobless, there’s a growing movement online to diss the law school experience. Several dozen blogs have gained notoriety for revealing what is often characterized as the “law school scam.”
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