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Resource ID: #12809
Subject: Lawyers
Source: WBUR-FM (Boston)


This two part series investigates the role the American Bar Association plays in determining who becomes a lawyer in the United States. The ABA's long and less than distinguished history as accreditor of the nation's law schools and the intense controversy its accreditation standards have generated among law school deans are explored. The standards dictate virtually every aspect of law school including the hours students may work, the physical size of libraries, office space and use of adjunct professors. (Feb. 6 & 7, 1995)

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