Lawyers Don't Know Enough About Business. Law Schools Are Trying to Fix That

Why law graduates are being taught to think like MBAs
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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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