"Most graduates after Law School as it stands now are un-employed."
Good Day. What a great debate. As many of you feel, I agree that the market is flooded with J.D.s. It is not flooded with esq. The Bar is the great leveler of the JD. As one of you wrote, you will graduate with a $120,000 in debt. I will not. What is your school's Bar pass rate. Mine is one of the best in California. If my school is so much better at teaching me the law I will need to practice, why should my school be denide recognition by the ABA for being superior in producing people ready to practice?Just a question- Devil's advocate thing.
There have been many changes and improvements since 1878. What about the ABA?Um the aba has added schools as they have proven to produce students with the skills necessary to be lawyers. Internet law schools simply breed off of those who want to be lawyers but are not smart enough to become lawyers, and thus throw away there money into a fake degree with no hope of getting a real job. Sure you can start your own firm all together but first you have to pass the bar, not likely, and malpractice rates would be through the roof.