Journalists, law students and lawyers have asked hard questions recently about whether legal education should be reformed in light of the realities of today’s economy. After all, the degree is expensive and legal jobs are less plentiful. Here is another wrinkle to consider: Many of the women who go to law school will find that they have invested in a degree outfitting them for a career that they ultimately will flee. Lawyers and law professors should care deeply about this problem, as should anyone in a profession with a similar attrition issue.
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