accredited by who, exactly?
If they pass the bar, then they clearly deserve to be attorneys.
so what would it matter if they studied art for 3 years and then took the bar?
Quote so what would it matter if they studied art for 3 years and then took the bar? You would have no training in legal reasoning.
"Ideally, you would want all attorneys to work at a much higher standard than that required on the bar exam."I agree, but I would contend that the bar exam should be harder, not that people should be excluded from taking it because of where/how they received their education. This would also help relieve the glut of attorneys, as more b&m students would fail the bar.