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From the National Law Journal: it includes better reporting of employment data (good!), elimination of tenure as a requirement for accreditation (probably bad); and elimination of the LSAT as a requirement (also likely to be bad).
Posted by Brian Leiter on March 23, 2011 at 02:28 AM in Legal Profession, Of Academic Interest, Rankings | Permalink
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