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Obama says law school should be 2 years, not 3

President Obama is urging law schools to consider cutting their programs to two years instead of three. The New York Times says the president, a graduate of Harvard Law School and a former instructor at the University of Chicago Law School, questioned the utility of a third year of classes and suggested that students use their final two semesters to gain work experience.

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