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March 18, 2011


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Perhaps this is the result of the relentless campaign to discredit law schools and the legal profession by saying that too many people end up with a huge loan bill and no job. In reality, the benefits of a legal education go to the most determined and motivated and those that go into law school with realistic expectations. Law school is not the problem, it is unrealistic expectations that every graduate will matriculated into a 6 figure lifestyle.


The decline in state bar passage rates in California (at least) suggests that admissions had overshot. This seems to me a return to longer term trend lines.

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