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Law schools, lawyers, and dead philosophers (access required)

Many law schools have let their students down over the past decade. To begin with, students have been graduating with staggering debt loads. Even perennial fourth-tier schools often leave their graduates more than $150,000 in the red. Then, contrary to law schools’ employment data that induced many students to enroll in the first place, job prospects ...

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