“The Rooster Bar” is John Grisham’s new book, and it’s a sharp jab at for-profit law schools for exacerbating the enormous debt load law students are shouldering. The Foggy Bottom Law School is the focus of his novel, which, thankfully, is fictitious. But here’s a look at the real-deals accredited by the American Bar Association, some of which Grisham has said inspired his newly published work. Read on, and you’ll see why.

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