Picture this: there are 200 applicants for one position in the legal world. If you think those odds only apply to getting into top-tier law schools, think again. They also apply to some positions in education law, says Mike Smith, campus counsel at the University of California, Berkeley.
This article talks about a Special Education Attorney who can speak for the child when a school program is not appropriate for the type of handicap diagnosed. Who can speak for these children? The attorney must know the education law well but this attorney does not make as much as other attorneys. So why does he do it?
While some critics of American legal education claim there is an overabundance of law school grads, countries like China, India, and others face even more exaggerated figures.