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Quote of the Day - In point of substantial merit the law school belongs in the modern university no more than a school of fencing or dancing. - Thorstein Veblen

Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Peers Into The Crystal Ball For New Law Schools

Lawyer 2 Lawyer (Coast to Coast) A sign of the times:  more law schools?  According to the National Law Journal, law schools are on the rise with as many as ten new ones, and a majority set to open on the East Coast.

That's what me and my fellow Law.com blogger and co-host Robert Ambrogi discuss with experts Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, founding dean of the Donald Bren School of Law at the University of Californai, Irvine and Dean Thomas F. Guernsey, President and Dean of the Albany Law School.

Please join us as we explore traditional vs. new age law schools, what these new law schools have to offer, the ABA accreditation process and take a look at the reality of what happens after law school for graduates.

Posted by J. Craig Williams on 6/13/2008 at 01:00 Comments (2)

 

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Comments by Connie from Philippines on Saturday, June 14, 2008 at 08:43

Totally out of topic -- Happy Father's Day, Craig!

 

Comments by JT from United States on Friday, June 13, 2008 at 10:53

With the recent updates of major corporate firms laying off attorneys, shouldn't pull back on the reigns a bit with the number of students going in and coming out of law schools? Not to say people shouldn't pursue their dreams, but at a time when the economy is stalling a bit and larger law firms are circling the wagons slightly, is this a great time to send thousands of new young lawyers into the world where jobs are quite hard to come by?

 

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