The American Bar Association has sustained plenty of criticism from people who believe there are too many law schools in the United States producing too many would-be lawyers who are struggling to find jobs.

Other countries face much larger problems when it comes to regulating the number of law students and quality of legal education. Legal educators from India, China, Japan and France spoke at Harvard Law School Friday during a panel discussion about the challenges they face in producing an appropriate number of good lawyers.

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