Education: Tyrants v. Lawyers

The nation's law schools last week wrestled with a tough, ironic case involving themselves. For the first time since the early '20s they had achieved the blissful condition of finding a job for every graduate. At the same time they faced the fact that they might soon have to go out of business. Harder hit by the draft than any other schools, the law schools were down to a corporal's guard of students; some had only a sixth of their pre-war enrollment. It looked as if law schools would be the first U.S. educational...

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