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Too Many Law Schools?

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Law students and lawyers are increasingly concerned about the growing number of new law school graduates. Each year, law schools in the United States produce are more law students and more new attorneys seeking attorney jobs. But there may not be enough attorney jobs to handle to growth.

Still, many believe that more law students will ultimately have a positive effect on (more…)


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