vanwinkle wrote:Last year, the American Bar Association set up a commission to study the recession's impact on the legal profession. Its chair, Allan J. Tanenbaum, says that cost pressures on law firms pre-dated the economy's downturn. But the pressures came to the fore, he says, when the 2008 law school graduate class suffered from 80% unemployment.
How is this line from the article not the actual focus of debate here?
This is relevant to everyone's interest, and not in a good way.