Title

The Legal Academy Under Erasure

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

"We hear much about the 'crisis' in legal education: high tuition costs, steep declines in law school enrollment, and graduates who are unprepared for practice and unable to find jobs. Although the legal profession experienced the prequel to this problem during the 1990s, the current predicament is more severe and symptomatic of a restructuring in the legal services market."

Comments

This article was originally published in Catholic University Law Review, volume 64, in 2015.