Efforts to shorten law school would likely draw opposition

President Barack Obama has voiced his support for possibly reducing the time it takes to complete law school to two years. Such a move could face opposition from law schools that are fighting to maintain revenue and from people who think a third year is necessary to prepare students for the legal profession.

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