“Law degree, never used, for sale on eBay”

by Walter Olson on January 9, 2011

If they were really transferable, we’d all be in trouble. [Stephanie Landsman, CNBC "NetNet"]

Related: Sunday’s New York Times has a long article asking whether law schools are adequately disclosing the high likelihood that their costly offerings will turn out to be a poor investment for many heavily indebted students. Should U.S. News law-school rankings, like cigarette packs, carry warnings? [Above the Law]


1 Doug 01.09.11 at 9:18 am

Sadly, I know how this person feels.

2 Robert 01.11.11 at 11:55 am

I don’t know why lawyers feel they’re any different from anyone else. I know people who spend years paying back loads for anthropology degrees and film degrees, and they don’t seem the least bit bitter about it.

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