Brooklyn Dean Campaigns for Graduate Employment

, New York Law Journal

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Nicholas Allard lauds Brooklyn Law's faculty, alumni and student body and says the school is "financially sound." But he still must confront deeper problems faced by all law schools: What changes should be made to curriculum, where will graduates find employment and how to attract the best students from smaller applicant pools?

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  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    An interesting change and it sounds he has the right mindset ot make a change. Hopefully he does the right thing because students and recent graduates are suffering. The longer it goes on the worse the disillusionment will be especially for people who want to become lawyers. Part of the reason for the lawsuit isn't just a bunch of kids wining, its the fact there seems to be a coldness to the decision and not much thought on what kind of options, messages led to the decision where people are without work.

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