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Rose Cuison Villazor Contributes to The New York Times Room for Debate Discussion Regarding The Case Against Law School
Improving, Not Overhauling
By Rose Cuison Villazor
The New York Times
July 21, 2011
Proposals to reduce the standard three-year law school model seem to presume that all students would benefit from an accelerated legal education program. To be sure, reducing the costs of legal education is an important goal. But for many students, if not most, decreasing the number of years spent in law school could lead to lost opportunities or, worse, detrimental results.
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