The GAO Report, Issues Related to Law School Cost and Access, is out and being much discussed in the blawgosphere. GAO concludes “According to law school officials, the move to a more hands-on, resource-intensive approach to legal education and competition among schools for higher rankings appear to be the main factors driving the cost of law school, while ABA accreditation requirements appear to play a minor role.”
Saul Levmore thinks they miss the point.
Paul Caron has a synopsis, charts, excerpts, etc.
Via Legal History Blog, The Coase Centennial
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