Readers respond to “Is Law School a Losing Game?” (Jan. 9).
Even after aspiring lawyers take the LSAT, they have to endure the stress of law school. Impossible exams, tough professors, and all-nighters will permeate the next three years — unless you go to school to become a drug dealer.
Readers respond to “Law School Economics: Ka-Ching!” (July 17).
Editor’s Note: Lucian Bebchuk is Professor of Law, Economics, and Finance at Harvard Law School. Robert J. Jackson, Jr. is Associate Professor of Law and Milton Handler Fellow at Columbia Law School.
After running a scathing article on the "last days of BigLaw," The New Republic has published insight from legal industry bigwigs on how to fix law schools.
Congress has one month to reach an agreement before interest rates on new federally subsidized student loans double to 6.8 percent.
Readers respond to “The Price to Play Its Way” (Dec. 18).
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