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What would the Obama-backed 2-year law school look like? Dean describes NYLS program (video)

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Anthony Crowell, dean and president of New York Law School, talks with Bloomberg Law’s Lee Pacchia (a New York Law School alumnus) about the school’s new two-year law degree program and the prospects for a federal ranking system of higher education providers.

See the video interview here.

Other ABA Journal coverage:

New Normal: “Yale law prof falls short in challenging Obama’s 2-year JD idea”

Around the Blawgosphere: “Would losing the 3L year really reduce students’ costs? Bloggers discuss” “Two-year JD idea gets a high-profile supporter: President Obama” “Cooley Law School announces quicker path to a JD” “Brooklyn Law School’s two-year degree program eliminates breaks” “Drexel to offer 2-year ‘Fast-Forward’ juris doctor degree program” “Reducing law school to 2 years would just add to lawyer glut, says law prof”

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