Lots of people have been reading and pondering yesterday's New York Times article, Law Students Lose the Grant Game as Schools Win. (Listen to a podcast with article author David Segal here - go to 26:10 to cut straight to the discussion.) I thought it might be useful to aggregate all the relevant blog posts.
Al Brophy had an early comment here.
Paul Caron has a post up (with extensive NYT excerpt) at TaxProf.
Law School Transparency proposes a new disclosure standard.
Mike Dorf talks about law schools and the antitrust exemption here.
Student comments on the piece are over at Nuts & Boalts.
Jerry Organ's paper The Impact of Scholarship Programs on the Culture of Law School is here.
The WSJ Blog weighs in here.
Jeff Lipshaw ponders the nature of full disclosure here.