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This is certainly interesting. No idea if it will succeed, if Thomas Jefferson will decide to settle, etc. I would hope it leads to more employment transparency in the future, which will hopefully lead to a reduction in the cost of a law school education, but that is probably wishful thinking. I personally don't want to see most law schools close (except the "for-profit" schools) because there is a point to keeping the costs of legal services low for certain populations, but there needs to be major expectation reform that should start with the law schools/USNWR/the ABA and not the students.
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Ikki wrote:paulinaporizkova wrote:i would not
I have pretty low standards.
This is a good example of "law school hot"
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paulinaporizkova wrote:i would not
* averages over 24 posts per day *
* pretends to have high standards *
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