Study: Law School Is A Bad Investment

A study by Vanderbilt law professor Herwig Schlunk finds that law school is a bad investment for most students, at least if they have to pay full tuition. According to the study, more than two-thirds of law graduates do not receive an increased salary from their law degree that justifies the cost of their tuition. The study did not, however, measure the benefits that accrue to law school graduates in the not-that-lucrative-but-still-pretty-awesome think tank constitutional legal scholar and blogger segment of the economy.