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There’s been a lot of criticism of law schools during the Great Recession.
They charge too much. The job market is saturated. Law school professors know little to nothing about legal practice.
Law grads are burdened with hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt. The education itself is antiquated – premised upon “case law” and Socratic dialogue teaching methods pioneered in the nineteenth century.
And no one can find a quill pen outside of Hogwarts anymore.