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January 12, 2013

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mjt

"Knowledgeable and respected authorities inside and outside the legal academy are correctly describing the American system of legal education as being in a state of 'crisis' and in need of dramatic reforms."

There's that word "crisis" again. Used by "knowledgeable and respected" people.

Doug Richmond

A federal bureaucrat calls for the structural reform of legal education. Pot, meet kettle.

MacK

Doug Richmond -

You might want to read it - he is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer - I thought it was a very good article.

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