Monday, October 31, 2011
Welcome to The National Law Journal's Law School Review, which is an online forum examining the current state and future of legal education. We want to address the question, "Are law schools in crisis?" If the answer is yes, what are the most pressing problems and how should educators and regulators address them? If the answer is no, what is it that law schools are doing right? Is this enough to ensure their future viability? We have assembled a panel of experts to share their thoughts on the subject (see the roll call of contributors on the right), and we hope to create a robust dialogue and exchange of ideas.
- Erwin Chemerinsky (UC-Irvine), Law School As A Tool For Social Change
- William Henderson (Indiana), The Hard Business Problems Facing U.S. Law Faculty
- Lucille A. Jewel (John Marshall (Atlanta)), A Sense of Entitlement?
- Kyle McEntee (Law School Transparency), Reimagining Legal Education
- Brian Z. Tamanaha (Washington U.), Law Schools Are Not in Crisis