Saturday, December 1, 2012
A number of critics have assailed the New York Times op-ed by Case Western Dean Lawrence Mitchell, Law School Is Worth the Money:
- Bernard Burk (North Carolina), More On What Matters Most (Or, Paging Dr. Pangloss)
- Craig Calcaterra, The Shady Economics of Law School
- Paul Campos (Colorado), Too Many Lawyers? Says Who?
- Cleveland Plain Dealer, CWRU Law Dean Says Law School Is Bargain, Jobs Are Available; Lots of Other People Disagree
- Scott Greenfield, Law Porn in the New York Times
- Law Prof Blawg, Law School Is, Like, TOTALLY Worth It!
- Keith Lee, Young Lawyer: Are You Really A Failure?
- Matt Leichter, If Law School Is Worth the Money, Why Subsidize It?
- Deborah Jones Merritt (Ohio State), Scholarshame
- Alison Monahan, Law School Deans, You Are the Problem
- Elie Mystal, Students and Recent Graduates Speak Out About Dean Mitchell’s Defense of Law School
- Nando, Profiles in Vile Academic Self Interest: Lawrence Mitchell, Dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Law
- Hamilton Nolan, Second-Tier Law School Dean Desperately Assures You That Law School Is Still a Great Buy
- Nancy Rapoport (Interim Dean, UNLV), Is Dean Lawrence Mitchell Right About Law Schools?
- Abby Rogers, Outspoken Dean Is Making His Students Sick by Defending Law School
- John Steele, Two Arguments in Favor of Law School Debt