cyouse at serialtechnologies.com
Sun Aug 31 20:46:42 EDT 2008
On Sun, 2008-08-31 at 20:40 -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
> >They learn by doing, so an apprenticeship system would work much better. A
> >few states still allow you to challenge the exam with no school - why not
> Good question... One I don't have a ready answer for.
Because for the most part, bar associations are elitist clubs. I have a
bunch of friends who are lawyers (I've mentioned before, it's a
generation Y thing to do), have you ever seen the admission process?
It's an anal probing of the highest order.
And they really have no governmental oversight; they can make up any
rules they feel are appropriate, e.g., requiring someone have a JD from
an accredited institution before being allowed to sit the Bar exams..
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