Law Deans Scramble

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Devising new ways to entice unsuspecting young people to enroll in law school doesn't qualify as bringing innovation to legal education.

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  • Jerry C. Allen

    I already heard about this My thought is We can revitalize the whole educational system by more study of an emphasis on ethics, logic, philosophy, religions, the arts, sciences, and a greater awareness of the power of positive thinking. Above all else, young people should be given more opportunity to creatively discuss, and become involved in solving current social problems.

  • Jeff

    Tuition at some law schools has literally quadrupled over the past 10 years. There is nothing to justify that but greed. In state tuition at many public law schools now tops $40,000 per year. Whatever happened to affordable public education?

    The particularly ironic thing about this is that many of today's gougers took advantage of affordable public education when they were coming of age. You had a responsibility to pay that forward to future generations. Instead, you've made public education all about you, and getting as much money out of people who are just starting out as possible. Shame on you for being so blinded by greed.

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