It's refreshing that California understands the need to continually replenish the ranks of law schools, even while running headlong into a recession and legal industry collapse with naysayers babbling blah blah blah.
Meanwhile, Louisianans COULD have built a law school four years ago, but some have their heads up their butts.
Amid the accreditation and forged signature scandals, it is time Louisiana College’s new leadership abandons the law school project and focuses on the real problem on the campus.Please. Look at UC-Irvine. They have a shiny, sterling law school placing 64% of is graduates long term, bar passage required jobs. They've increased enrollment by 37 students since 2010 while other law schools are declining. Maybe you could even build a public law school that charges $44k. Who knows?! The sky's the limit, and with a lot of hard work and innovation, you, too, can have an ABA accredited school working wonders in legal education.
Hey, Louisiana, remember the civil war? Yeah, you're wrong on this one, too.
Build it and they will come, or, well, someone comes. Scam on.