Last week, we received a fairly provocative question in the Above the Law inbox. A reader asked us to assess the role that parents play — or should play — in their children’s decision to go to law school. Elie don’t think that parents are allowing their kids to go to law school because they want to be supportive of their kids’ dreams. He thinks that more parents are forcing their kids to go to law school. Absent parental meddling, there wouldn’t be nearly as many people applying to law school….