What's Really Ailing the Legal Profession

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Recent news about law schools and big firms purport to capture much of what ails the legal profession, but a closer look reveals even deeper issues.

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  • BWC

    My attending a summer session after my first year and then loading up on an extra class or two during the next years enabled me to graduate two and a half years. Several others from my class and the following class did the same. The school thereafter prohibited any additional students from graduating early. It was generally understood the reason was the loss of tuition dollars.

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