J.D. Advantage Versus J.D. Required: The Old Rules No Longer Apply

, New York Law Journal

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Jill Backer, assistant dean of career and professional development at Pace Law School, writes: A J.D. is a versatile degree. So, why are the various regulators and reviewers of law schools making a sharp delineation between those graduates that are practicing law in the traditional sense which requires the Bar exam and those graduates using their degree in other ways?

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  • Barry

    (sigh)Kyle McEntee has some words here:lawschoolcafe.org/thread/note-to-law-schools-show-your-work-on-jd-advantage-jobs/TL;DR - Jill‘s wrong.

  • Barry

    Professor Kyle McEntee has some words here:lawschoolcafe.org/thread/note-to-law-schools-show-your-work-on-jd-advantage-jobs/TL;DR - Jill‘s wrong.

  • anonymous

    blogspot.com/2014/01/jd-disadvantage-part-iii.html

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