Impact of Law School Debt on Delivery of Legal Services

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Impact of Law School Debt on Delivery of Legal Services

Postby NoJob » Wed Mar 13, 2013 3:22 pm

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http://www.isba.org/sites/default/files ... 3-8-13.pdf

The Illinois bar says that the current model of legal education is garbage. So, why apply? Why go?

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Re: Impact of Law School Debt on Delivery of Legal Services

Postby Hutz_and_Goodman » Wed Mar 13, 2013 3:29 pm

NoJob wrote:http://www.isba.org/committees/impactoflawschooldebtondeliveryofle

http://www.isba.org/sites/default/files ... 3-8-13.pdf

The Illinois bar says that the current model of legal education is garbage. So, why apply? Why go?


short answer: no one should attend law school at sticker, absent unique circumstances (YSH, guaranteed job at graduation, possibly other small exceptions). However, if you can go at a discount or for free, there are cases where it does make economic sense.




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