Law Schools and Law Firms

Nader, Ralph
October 1969
New Republic;10/11/69, Vol. 161 Issue 15, p20
Presents scenario of law schools and law firms in the U.S. Number of students taking admission in the Harvard Law School, Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts every year; Description of students activism in law schools; Preference of student in the selection of law firms for practice; Failure of the law schools in articulating a theory and practice of a just deployment of legal manpower.


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