Law Students’ Priorities Not US News Priorities

Law School Expert Blog

There are a lot of good posts in the blogosphere about the recent article in National Jurist by Ted Soto (a professor with whom I worked at Loyola Law School) about what law students think is important in a law school and how the rankings don’t take those things into account. Here is a good post about why practical skills and practice-building skills are not taught in law schools (Again – rankings) and why they should be taught.

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  1. Ann,

    Thank you for mentioning my post. If you read my blog then you know I am very passionate about the solo option and the responsiblity I feel law school has to offer an educational component for this option. Given your experience in admissions you of all people know the agendas. Maybe in time…..

    Susan Cartier Liebel

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