Reports Of Law School Doom Greatly Exaggerated, Berkeley Law Prof Says
April 1, 2015
Law school application numbers appear to be stabilizing, and signs point to growth in some areas of the legal market, U.C. Berkeley Law Professor Steven Davidoff Solomon writes for the New York Times. A survey of top law firms showed an average 4.3 percent revenue increase in 2013, bigger firms are hiring, and a recent study showed that, over the course of a career, salaries are not impacted whether a lawyer graduated law school in good economies or bad. Davidoff Solomon predicts no law schools will close, though he notes the legal profession is changing, with automation eliminating many low-level tasks.
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