According to a Kaplan
Bar Review survey* of over 1,200 law school graduates from the class
of 2014, a strong majority of tomorrow’s attorneys give their alma
maters strong marks overall: 40% of law school graduates gave their
overall law school education an “A” (up from 37% in 2012), while 45%
gave it a “B”. Only 11% gave their legal education a “C”; and a
relatively small percentage (4%) scored it as below average or failing.
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