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).
A reader responds to “Is Law School a Losing Game” and “2.6 Billion to Cover Bad Loans: It’s a Start” (Jan. 9).
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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.
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