The Next Debt Crisis

, The Am Law Daily


As law school student debt grows, some law schools are making things worse.

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  • Lulaine

    I couldn't agree more this is going to be the biggest case once its reaches the tipping point. The problems with law schools touch on so many societal themes, and because law school has meant so much for people's aspirations its impossible for it not be big. Law School represents a step up and when people take the gamble, get the degree and can't find a job that is tantamount to delusion and fraud. When the system is as engrained as the law school system is, it just angers people even more.

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