Law School Transparency (LST)


Nonprofit launched in 2009 that promotes legal education reform by holding other stakeholders accountable, by making info easy to use, and through policy advocacy.
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Primary geographic focus: NATIONAL
Organization type(s): Research/Policy/Organizing
Acronym or short name: LST
Tags: Law Schools

Established in 2009, Law School Transparency is a nonprofit legal education policy organization. We’re looking into legal education to hold law schools accountable, make access to the legal profession more affordable and fair, and provide quality and consistent information to prospective students and the public.

LST will contribute to the reform by holding other stakeholders accountable, by making relevant data and information easy to consume, and by pursuing policies that aim to make legal education better and more affordable. Reform starts with transparency and will end with a total reimagination of the modern law school.



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Op-Ed

Rethinking Pro Bono

Ben Trachtenberg
New York Times (NYT)
May 13, 2012
Mandatory pro bono work for lawyers is a good idea. But Judge Lippmanā€™s plan is deeply flawed. Instead, consider requiring pro bono work of all licensed lawyers.

News Story

A Call for Drastic Changes in Educating New Lawyers

Ethan Bronner
New York Times (NYT)
February 10, 2013
The legal profession is contemplating radical changes to legal educational amid broad agreement that the current system is broken.



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