It’s that time of the year again—when I peer into my crystal ball to see what’s in store for the legal profession in the new year.

Law schools will teach practical skills. Finally, firms will get what they’ve been clamoring for: Law grads trained to take depositions, write readable memos and draft contracts. Pity, only low-ranking law schools will teach those skills. So Big Law will continue to hire clueless grads with magnificent resumes.

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