May 23, 2012

LAW SCHOOL TUITION, MONOPOLY RENTS, AND LAW PROFESSOR MORAL RESPONSIBILITY.

I’m reading an advance copy of Brian Tamanaha’s Failing Law Schools, and he’s got a pretty solid critique. In many ways it’s a much more focused and detailed (and much longer) version of my own Higher Education Bubble book, centering around law schools. I’m happy to see that he mentions Tennessee as one of the schools that are still providing a decent value, but he’s right about the systemic problems.

Some related thoughts here.

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