Deans, Bar Urged Not To Butt Heads On Law School Fixes

Law360, New York (January 29, 2014, 7:41 PM EST) -- The quest to hone law schools so that they churn out game-ready lawyers more quickly and cheaply will be hindered if academic deans, the judiciary and the bar can't collaborate on fixes, experts said on Wednesday at a New York legal industry summit.

After a 2013 that famously saw twice as many law school graduates looking for jobs than were available — and as a fee squeeze and pricing pressure cut into the market for associates at BigLaw firms across the country — industry watchers called...
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