Are you new to this board? Yes all graduates have debt but unlike lawyers at lowly law schools, dentists, doctors, pharmacists, and chiropractors all pay off their debt like nothing because these occupations are IN DEMAND because their governing body ensures they are IN DEMAND. If there were 11 dental schools in FL like there are law schools, there would be underqualified, broke, unemployed dentists out there. But there isn't. There's only 2. Good job American Dental Education Association. You can trash the analogy all you want but everyone needs a dentist and 9 more schools in one state all with much larger student bodies is a joke. I can't go fishing around LSD to find some of the dozens of articles posted by apprehensive t4 people that cry about others' life failures mainly because I'm not great with computers and I don't know how.This argument is a simple one. If there are tons of unemployed lawyers out there, that means too many are being produced. Lets start from the bottom. Goodbye Cooley. Goodbye U of DC. Goodbye St. Thomas Miami, and so on.It is not even impressive to say you are a lawyer anymore. Why? Because everyone you tell you are a lawyer will have a brother-in-law that went to a crap law school and everyone knows he's a moron.
Business school graduates and sales people are not equipped with a tool to potentially ruin someone's life. A licensed attorney can do just that and therefore the profession should require more monitoring.
It should mean that, but unfortunately it is not the case. The AAMC monitors admissions to medical schools, graduation, passing the boards, admission to residency programs, and completion of residency programs.... The ABA has a one-time exam. Do you see the deficiency here?