Survey: Law graduates think legal education should be modified

The majority of law school graduates who participated in an online poll by Kaplan Bar Review think changes need to be made to the legal education system. In addition, 63% of respondents said the law school curriculum could be squeezed into two years rather than the standard three. An overwhelming majority indicated that, if the third year remains, it should concentrate on practical experience.

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