Skip to comments.Is Law School a Losing Game?
Posted on 01/09/2011 7:14:23 AM PST by Tom Rounder
Enron-type accounting standards have become the norm, says William Henderson of Indiana University, one of many exasperated law professors who are asking the American Bar Association to overhaul the way law schools assess themselves. Every time I look at this data, I feel dirty.
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Is Law School a Losing Game?
Of course, but the public are the losers.
Like a man said once: “Imagine a day without lawyers.”
Do accounting professors expound on legal issues too?
Already posted under the same title with discussion under way:
Some of mine did, on whether some accounting laws would actually do what their purpose was. But I dont think they ever got to say anything to the media.
Also, in Texas, you now have to take an ethics course to get an accounting degree.
Was the man Pol Pot?
The NY Times is your personal blog??? Cool.
An ethics course would work in opposition to a law degree.
Whats funny is that the ethics course was really just a 1 hour seminar in which you had to attend 9 of 12 and sign your name. No tests, no work. I know people who had friends sign them in for the ethics course that they didnt attend.
But because it all went down in Texas, we had to take an ethics course that was the easiest course to cheat in in the entire program.
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