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The legal education beat was a wild ride in 2016. Law schools continued to face pressure from the market and regulators, and dust ups involving everything from a handsy dean to a law school’s unfortunate new acronym caught the public’s attention. We’ve rounded up the year’s top 10 law school stories. No doubt that legal educators would welcome a less turbulent 2017.
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