Oops I misunderstood the original OP, I stand corrected.
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The solution is for the ABA to stop approving so many schools. Seriously, T3 and T4 schools are essentially worthless to the profession. I would say even most schools outside of the T6 probably are.
In the meantime, depressed law students will just have to get by on this:
The ABA should stop approving so many schools, as I said earlier, but it should also crack down on those which refuse to raise their standards. Honestly, if your school's bar passage rate is below, say, 90%, the school isn't doing it's job (recruiting and training effective lawyers) and should be denied ABA accreditation.
so by your standards Stanford is a bad law school? 1 UCLA 88.7% (235/265) 2 Stanford 88.0% (73/83) 3 Boalt 87.0% (201/231)
The vast majority of lawyers did not go to a top 6 school (although since Stanford didn't pass 90% I guess you would not count them as a good school so now you are saying 5 law schools?