April 24, 2013
Accountability and Flexibility Are Said to Be Keys to the Crisis in Legal Education
Finding solutions to the problems plaguing legal education will require holding law schools accountable while giving them the flexibility to craft strategies to educate lawyers who can find jobs, pay off their debts, and serve the millions of people who can't afford legal services.
That's the closest to a consensus that the American Bar Association's legal-education task force seemed to reach during a morning-long
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