National Jurist Magazine has released its annual ranking of the 25 most influential people in legal education, and Bloomberg Law notes that law school “reformers” top the list.
Tamanaha’s book blames the failures of law school on a lack of regulatory oversight, a shortage of information for prospective students, and tuition that is funded by loans.
The current system, which leaves students saddled with debt in a terrible job market, is unsustainable, he says.
“We lost our moral compass, and ultimately law schools have to be held responsible for this,” Tamanaha previously told Bloomberg.
Check out the Bloomberg video to learn more about legal education’s most influential people:
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