Law schools roundup


  • “Guestblogging” link misdirected.

  • Fixed now, thanks.

  • “The reason, according to Pete DeBusk, a retired businessman and the school’s main benefactor, is the A.B.A. standards. Without them, he says, Duncan could have cut its tuition in half, maybe by two-thirds.”

    I get their point but this is overreaching.

  • […] New York Times described what a costly white elephant  law schools have become. Law school is expensive because of government-enforced accreditation standards that prevent law schools from containing costs even if […]

  • […] experience practicing law, and “knows nothing about being a lawyer.” But since most states require people to attend law school before sitting for the bar exam, law schools have been able to increase […]