The jig is up. Countless articles have exposed the disconnect between legal education and legal practice, and countless more have exposed the fibs of some law schools when it comes to reporting certain information to U.S. News and World Report. Whatever we have been doing wrong has finally caught up with us. Among the loudest and bravest voices excoriating law schools is Brian Tamanaha, the William Gardiner Hammond Professor of Law at the Washington University School of Law. In this book review, Professor Nancy Rapoport reviews Tamanaha's Book Failing Law Schools.
47 L. & Soc. Rev. 229 (2013).
Rapoport, Nancy B., "Book Review" (2013). Scholarly Works. 1136.