The American Bar Association received a great deal of publicity lately when, at a meeting in Dallas, it identified some serious problems with the legal profession. Problem No. 1 is the debt young lawyers have when they graduate from law school. Problem No. 2 is the perception of inaccessibility of lawyers to the "middle class." Another often heard complaint is that when young lawyers graduate from law school, with their soul owed to the company store, they are not truly trained and competent to practice law.
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