Brian Tamanaha, author of the timely new book, Failing Law Schools, comes to Liberty Law Talk to talk about the numerous challenges to legal education in America. This podcast focuses on how legal education was shaped into an academic model, why change to that model is so difficult, the debt and career prospects of students, the rankings god of US News & World Report, and certain salutary measures that would adjust legal education to a model more suited to the changing economic landscape of the profession.
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