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65% Of Admissions Offices Want Some Law Schools To Close; 52% Want ABA Stripped Of Its Accreditation Power

Kaplan Test Prep Survey, Law Schools Show Continued Optimism, but Fragile Recovery Leads Most to Favor the Closure of Existing JD Programs and Limiting New Ones: This past admissions cycle, the legal education community saw something they haven’t seen since 2009: an increase in the number of law school applications...
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