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Obama: Law school should be two years, not three

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President Obama suggested Friday that three years in law school is too many, and that schools should consider cutting back the length of programs to two years and getting real-world experience in the third. Speaking at an event promoting his higher-education agenda at Binghamton University in New York, Obama said that law schools would “probably be wise to think about” transitioning to two-year...

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