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What Would An Efficient Market For Law Schools Look Like?

TaxProf Blog op-ed: What Would an Efficient Market for Law Schools Look Like?, by Rick Bales (Former Dean, Ohio Northern): As the U.S.’s 200-odd ABA-accredited law schools endure a sixth year of admissions and enrollment pain, their response to the market downturn has not been what one would expect in...
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