Changes to legal education are recommended by ABA task force

A draft report from the American Bar Association Task Force on the Future of Legal Education suggests that changes are necessary to give law school graduates more practical skills and to adjust the way legal education is paid for. "Students whose credentials are the weakest incur large debt in order to sustain the school budget and enable higher-credentialed students to attend at little cost," the report says.

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