[T]here are those who argue that there have been permanent, structural changes to the legal market that will reduce the number of legal jobs, and there is no denying that law school tuition remains daunting. But the demographic factors suggest the real culprit in the law school graduates’ jobs dilemma of today may be the law school graduates of four decades ago.

Robert Anderson, a professor at Pepperdine University School of Law, explaining how research shows that the large Baby Boomer bulge and the fact that lawyers are retiring later in life are likely both major contributors to the employment woes of recent law school graduates.


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