Among the 20 judges, lawyers and law faculty who oversee legal education in the United States, not one graduated from law school after 1990, when MC Hammer topped the music charts, “Cheers” was the country’s most popular television show, and J.D. tuition at private campuses averaged $11,728 a year. (It’s now more than $45,000.)

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