Law schools: “a remorseless, above-the-law attitude that enables it all”

by Walter Olson on January 23, 2013

My colleague Neal McCluskey on last week’s Cato panel:

When it comes to taking on higher education, I thought I was as hard bitten as any Law and Order cop. I thought I’d seen all the worst things that went on in the ivory tower. Until, that is, I started investigating the very schools that produce the prosecutorial side of the justice biz: law schools.

…[A]ll the major carnage of higher education, only worse. Worse tuition hyper-inflation. Deceptive advertising that rivals the most odious of any openly for-profit university.

Read the whole thing here at SeeThruEdu.com.