As law schools across the country compete for a dwindling stream of applicants, the standards for the schools are shifting as well

accreditation-law-schoolsThe accrediting arm of the American Bar Association, which sets standards for almost every law school in the nation, is expected to approve sweeping changes this week, including a new focus on outcomes. Law schools, accustomed to proving their worth by showing what goes into their program - money, prestige and faculty, for example - will now have to prove students are actually learning something, likely by adding more in-depth...

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