The American Bar Association recently passed a new standard for accreditation for law schools, mandating that to maintain accreditation, at least 75% of graduates of a law school must pass the bar within two years. Is that enough? Why not an additional standard—one that sets a requirement that within 3 years, a certain percentage of graduates must have a job that requires a legal education? legal careers legal employment
To decide whether (and where), you should practice law, it’s important to talk to as many lawyers as you can—the more you talk with, the more you recognize the variety of legal practices and business environments. The reason prospective law students get so many different evaluations of the benefits and dangers of the actual practice of law is because it really is that varied. advise-in solutions legal careers lawyer satisfaction
The year-over-year number of LSAT takers rose by 20% in the 2017-17 cycle. Since that portends an increase in law school applications as well, that’s good news for law schools, some of whom have struggled in the last few years with declining admission numbers and declining standards for remaining admissions. It’s moderately bad news for applicants. law school application data law school applications law school debt law school financial aid legal careers
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