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Friday, June 19, 2020

87% of Students Say Online-Only Legal Ed Is Overpriced; 61% May Reconsider Legal Career Or Take A Hiatus If Law Schools Cannot Be On Ground Due To COVID-19

Above the Law, Changing The Law School Model: Could COVID Spark Permanent Changes?:

With the new year looming, and no reason to believe COVID will be gone, how are students feeling? Harvard Law is going to online next semester and across the country, according to a new survey from TestMax, many law students and prospective law students are rethinking law school under those conditions.

How Has COVID-19 Impacted Your Legal Education and Career Path?:

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Comments

Was this a survey of a national, randomized representative sample of matriculated law students? Where is the methodology for the survey? Is TestMax a for-profit company? Is TextMax developing products to supplement and/or complete with the educational programs offered by law schools? It is difficult to evaluate the survey results without answers to questions such as these.

Posted by: Law Prof | Jun 19, 2020 9:26:23 AM