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Jasmine Phillips


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  1. 3. <ul><li>“ One  2010 study  of hiring at top-tier law schools since 2000 fund that the median amount of practical experience was one year, and that nearly half of faculty members had never practiced law for a single day. If medical schools took the same approach, they’d be filled with professors who had never set foot in a hospital.” </li></ul>
  2. 4. Bottom Line: Students are not learning everything they need to know in order to become a successful lawyer. They end up needing further training when hired into the field and attorneys are not happy with that.
  3. 5. Same article, different less bias title. Weird. If I saw this title first I would have simply passed by it. When you click on it, it goes to the other title “What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering” I went to see what other articles he wrote to see if he wrote any other bias titled articles.
  4. 6. and because word cloud is so cool and fun….. Just as I suspected, this articled stated facts focusing on law.
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