McEntee: Law Schools Should Cut Enrollment 50%

Nov. 9 (Bloomberg Law) -- Kyle McEntee from Law School Transparency talks to Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the state of legal education in America. McEntee also talks about the LST Score Reports, his organization's new alternative to the US News & World Report Law School Rankings. McEntee hopes that the new information will help prospective law students make better decisions and "focus on the things that matter." McEntee feels that while laws schools need to substantially reduce their enrollment, it will probably be a combination of market forces and governmental oversight that will ultimately force legal education to reform itself. McEntee is the co-founder and Executive Director of Law School Transparency, a nonprofit legal education policy organiztion.

Carmignac's Medecin Says 40% French Voters Are Undecided
33:24 - Carmignac Investment Committee Member Jean Medecin discusses the upcoming French elections. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
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