Editor's Comment: Back to school
The Law Society has exposed itself to 'dumbing down' charges
Are A-levels getting too easy? Is media studies a Mickey Mouse subject? Is a degree from the University of the North Circular worth the paper it is written on? The debate over how to allow greater access to higher education while maintaining quality is obviously not confined to the legal world. But if a prize could be awarded for hot air, the people attempting to shape the education and training debate at the Law Society would surely be contenders.
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