Recent law school graduates are angry. They feel deceived. Wronged. Jaded. They have amassed the debt of a small country to get a degree that they thought would make them rich. Now they are jobless and living in their parents’ basements, using free software to make bitter animated cartoons about why law school is a racket/pyramid scheme.

I’ll save my detailed guide to whether one should go to law school at all for a later date. For now, I want to offer some curriculum suggestions to the law schools out there that are the focus of nasty hate mail from disgruntled alumni.

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