ABA Tackles Law School Debt

House of Delegates to vote on helping students know what they're getting into.

, The National Law Journal

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Law schools don’t prepare graduates for the financial realities they’ll face when their student loans come due, an American Bar Association task force has concluded after a year spent examining legal education costs. Next week, the House of Delegates will take up a proposal to fix that.

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  • Herb Spencer

    Please. We‘re not exactly dealing w/ dunces here, though the ethical and moral standings might be on the slim side. If these people can‘t figure out their own finances, how are they to advise clients on theirs? Optional courses, perhaps something that might be done in 2-3 3 hr. seminars, but required courses? NO!

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