Yes. Raise the admission standards and erect higher barriers to getting federal loans.People won't simply choose not to go to college. Everyone thinks they're a special little snowflake - afterall, their mothers told them so.
So I take you are against affirmitive action then? (taking that race card aspect out of it) Afterall that is the ultimate example of putting someone somewhere not due to merit but due to what they look like in the mirror.
I'm working on a foreign LLD, the perk is that it outranks in a PhD in the Commonwealth countries and establishes on was a bonified expert. Leiden offers a LLM as do a few other schools.
I already do. Anyone with 2 years PQE from certain states like California can take the bar exam for England and Wales. The former QLTT which I took was a three day open book exam in New York. Surprisingly there were only three or four other takers. They now have a new exam called the QLTS which I am unaware of. Ireland offers a similar QLTT exam for California attorneys. Not all state bars have a relationship with these countries' law societies though.