January 27, 2012
NY Times' David Segal: 'Business of Law Schools Is Crazy'
- Is Law School a Losing Game? (Jan. 9)
- Law Students Lose the Grant Game as Schools Win (May 1)
- Law School Economics: Ka-Ching! (July 17)
- What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering (Nov. 20)
- For Law Schools, a Price to Play the ABA's Way (Dec. 18)
(Hat Tip: Volokh Conspiracy.)
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Overall a better interview than some of his more recent articles. But does he really think people entering law school are 18 or 19, and thus appreciable younger than those thinking of buying a house? Law students are generally 22 or older when they start law school -- and there are certainly people who buy houses at that age.
Posted by: Jeffrey | Jan 27, 2012 10:24:45 AM
I noticed the New York Times newstand price is now $2.50! 10 years ago it was 75 cents. Some consumer affairs reporter like Mr. Segal should investigate why the price has gone up 233% in 10 years, and whether the business of the New York Times is crazy.
Posted by: GG | Jan 27, 2012 1:35:24 PM