Tuesday, February 5, 2013

From the ABA Legal Education Consultant's Archive

In the early 1970's, law schools expanded dramatically as more and more women enrolled.  Millard Ruud, and later James White, ABA consultants on legal education, wrote about this phenomenon - and related job placement challenges - in a series of ABA Journal articles from 1972 to 1975.  While the context is different - tuition, for one thing, has gone through the roof - these pieces remain interesting reading for those following the current crisis.  Citations to, and selected excerpts from, The Burgeoning Law School Enrollment series are here.


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