Failing Law Schools - A Moral Disaster: An interview with Brian Tamanaha





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Published on Aug 1, 2012

In this episode of the Massachusetts School of Law's program Books of Our Time; Dean Lawrence R. Velvel talks with renowned jurisprudence scholar Brian Z. Tamanaha about his new and much noted book; Failing Law Schools. The fact that Law school students are faced with ballooning tuition costs combined with the inability to find work upon matriculation has become a problem not only for the students but society as a whole.
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