There’s a good reason law students rarely win awards or even get paid for their work.
The law is all about theory, not hard facts.
We’re taught to judge, not to look for patterns.
We don’t know if a bill is constitutional, or whether the law has been passed by the legislature.
And we don’t have the power to change laws.
That’s because, according to a recent study by the Center for American Progress, we don.
This article first appeared on the Center For American Progress’ website.
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