Cliff Jumping

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Given the bad press that law schools have received over the past year, a common question and assumption are, “Why would a student attend a school not accredited by the ABA? It must be because he or she is not able to get into a ‘real’ law school.”

There is a corollary to that statement in terms of administrators, faculty, and librarians. Sometimes these individuals are perceived as “not good enough” to make it in a “real” law school; thus, they took the only job they could find.

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