U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s recent sharp criticism of law schools continues to set off waves of new debate over the content and length of legal education.
On Friday, a leading proponent of experimenting with two-year programs struck back at Scalia’s insistence that three years are needed to produce lawyers who are “learned in the law.”
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