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Law professors: law schools should open their own law firms
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According to law professor Robert Rhee’s article, a new twist might occur in the history of law schools; law schools starting their own law firms. This will be done to erode the huge criticism from public for producing unskilled law freshers every year. These law firms would shape the emerging lawyers in good shape when they come out of school. This type of law firm would have a duration of two years for every new lawyer.

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