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May 06, 2012


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I hope that some folks suggesting that we "just get rid of the 3rd and 4th tier" law schools to fix everything in legal education ("everything" includes perceived job shortages, tuition increases, etc.) read this and realize that their "solution" reduces the diversity of the legal graduate pool in disturbing ways.

Alfred Brophy

Thank you for this, Anderson. I agree completely with you. Further to your point, Gary Rosin's been doing excellent work on this issue. See, e.g.,

Bernie Burk

Al, This is really interesting and important work, and thanks for devoting the time and effort. I'm looking forward to any explanatory conjectures you're willing to offer after further study regarding how diversity came to be distributed as it currently is.


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