Walter Olson on Reform Law Schools, Don’t Sue Them

I’ve expressed doubts previously as to whether the simple model of licensure as incumbent protection adequately explains why our legal system (like all others I know of) limits who can be a lawyer, and in particular who can litigate in others’ interest. But if there’s one sector of the legal system that’s genuinely ripe for a critique of cozy cartelization, it’s the legal academy, a topic I tackle at more length in my recent book Schools for Misrule.

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