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May 12, 2021


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Does anyone remember the "best time to go to law school" pitch that some folks came into the FL lounge to shamelessly promulgate?

Remember the posts about how there would be a shortage of attorneys, etc.? No resumes submitted in response to pleas from legal employers? Given the sharp decline in admissions over the years, what have we seen?

What was claimed? see e.g.:

"Because I want prospective law students to know that this time I mean it. Enroll today or you will miss out on what might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Namely, the chance to graduate from law school in 2017-2018, which will likely be one of the best times ever to graduate from law school."

Was it?

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