Lawyers Don't Know Enough About Business. Law Schools Are Trying to Fix That
The popularity of an American legal education is dwindling in the face of disappointing job prospects for graduates. To rescue themselves from oblivion, some law schools are fashioning themselves after a more successful educational institution: business school.
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