Here's my proposal and I think it's a good proposal. The final term of law school is pretty much a waste. There are clinicals and electives and, for the most part, you've learned what you're going to learn. Why don't law schools offer a Bar review course to third year students as part of the curriculum during their final semester? If we pay for law school we should be able to leave law school ready for the Bar without needing to drop another several thousand dollars for a separate course. Why don't schools do this? I'm sure they're getting big kickbacks from BarBri and Kaplan to whore themselves ouside of the Library every day, but @#!* them and I'm sure we coud work their materials into the cours.
What say you? Good idea or bad idea?