Those who are so bad at test-taking that they cannot break the median LSAT score probably shouldn't go to law school. And yet, there are scores of subprime schools, places that charge $50,000 a year for a degree that carries no reputational value, and which push thousands of grads with little to no hope of passing the bar into the post-J.D. world.
$200,000 in debt and no career prospects. This is why many call law school a scam. Is the day of reckoning at hand?
And the big news of the week is Ferguson, Missouri. If you'd like to see someone being held accountable for using excessive force, a recent case out of the Eighth Circuit where a lenient sentence for a cop was reversed might soothe your soul... somewhat.