Posts Tagged ‘Law School Education’

Presiding over the decline in the legal profession

Between my work as a volunteer attorney mentor, being asked by a Philippine attorney working on a book about legal career paths to describe mine, and being asked by South Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly “what do you tell young people who are considering a career in law?,” I have spent significant time the past few weeks […]

What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering

Interesting article in today’s New York Times, What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering, describing what’s wrong with law school methodology and how law students graduate lacking the ability to do even basic legal practice.  Law firms are now taking upon themselves to teach their first year associates how to practice law.  Some are even foregoing having […]

Law school is not a losing game

A lengthy article in today’s New York Times asks “Is Law School a Losing Game?”  That story chronicles the problems new law school graduates are having finding entry level positions that will pay them enough to service the debt they incurred attending law school.  Meanwhile, rarely does a week go by without the American Bar […]


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