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Editor: Myanna Dellinger
University of South Dakota School of Law

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

When Law Schools Sue to Continue Questionable Practices

The dream of becoming a practicing attorney still attracts many students to law school.  As we know, many will make it in the legal industry, but many will never get a chance as they will either be attrited from their law schools or, yet worse, never be able to pass the bar.  Still, many law schools continue contracting with students they know have a poor chance of ever making it.  From a contracts point of view, this is arguably at least bad faith in contracting if not worse.  See well-known bar passage analyst David Frakt's blog on the issue here.

 

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