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32 J. Legal Education 224 (1982)


Four issues that have become prominent in law school accreditation as the profession adjusts to changes in itself, education, and the flow of consumers of legal education are discussed: the demand for new buildings, student faculty ratios, restricting law school admission to "A" and "B" level students, and faculty tenure.


Reprinted with permission of Journal of Legal Education.



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