Gatekeeping and the Economic Value of a Law Degree (Part 2)

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  1. Mike Zimmer says:

    Re: MDFs. In France, Arthur Anderson acquired an old line international law firm, The Law Offices of S.G. Archibald. After Anderson imploded, the Archibald lawyers scattered to a good number of other firms in Paris.

  2. Barry says:

    “If the economic value of the law degree has remarkable consistency in the face of shocks (and this notion is still debatable despite receiving empirical support in S&M’s article), …”

    Perhaps I missed it, but S&M never dealt with the current situation, except to say that things are cyclic (without giving examples of the past comparable to the present).