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April 02, 2014


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This is shockingly naive. Without mandating that schools offer bar prep courses during 3L, two months after graduation is simply not enough time unless you want to see a spike in the number of nervous breakdowns.


It's a sad commentary on the state of LegalEd, but recent graduates aren't qualified to pass the bar. Really, the only thing a recent graduate is competent to do is issue spot Conlaw. That you must spend 2 months and $2,000 on more schooling after law school so that you can become a lawyer is unfair and kind of pathetic.

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