Law school is worth the money, according to law school dean Lawrence E. Mitchell

Law school is worth the money

The New York Times: Lawrence E. Mitchell, dean of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, penned an opinion piece published in today’s issue of the newspaper. In it, he discussed why—despite high tuition, student debt and the current job market—law school is, in fact, worth the money. “Investment in tuition is for a lifelong career, not a first job,” Mitchell wrote. “There are many ways to realize a satisfactory return on this investment.”