Editor's Comment: Hard knock schools
Law schools have become an increasingly contradictory part of the ecology of the profession in recent years. On one hand, research and anecdotal feedback from law firms indicates that educational standards have gone up. In addition, the doom-mongering unleashed with the original City LPC in 2001 has evaporated with the major providers widely regarded to have raised their game in terms of servicing key law firm clients. Indeed, it was the City LPC that appears to have unleashed the forces that kept the providers on their toes and led to the College of Law and BPP sweeping all before them.
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