It's Scalia v. Law Schools

Legal educators bristle at the justice's criticism.

, The National Law Journal

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Law school leaders and professors are pushing back at U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's latest criticisms of legal education.

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  • Ed Spievack

    Scalia should certainly know about the failure of the law. He sit as the leading symbol of its failure!

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