New Law Grads Agree That Law School Is Too Long

September 11, 2013

New law school graduates appear to agree with President Obama's critique of legal education.  A survey by Kaplan Bar Review found that 63 percent believe two years of law school would be sufficient to train lawyers, without any loss of their readiness to practice law. Further 87 percent of the new graduates said that they believed legal education needs "to undergo significant changes."


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