Law schools don’t help lawyers

In the teleseminar today sponsored by West LegalEdcenter and LawBiz Management, we heard from 3 recent graduates. Their comments were poignant. Law school deans and management should take heed, listen to these comments and then take action.

For the first time, prospective law school students are considering the economics … they are conducting a cost benefit analysis … considering their return on investment (ROI). And some are saying the ROI is not good enough.

What is your opinion? What are the considerations that would cause you to go to law school today?

And, if you’re a lawyer, what did your law school do or not do that prepared you for today’s real world in the legal profession?


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