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Apprenticing to the Law in Vermont

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You don’t have to go to law school in Vermont. You can ‘read the law’ just like Abe Lincoln, apprentice to a lawyer, then take the bar. The bar, one would assume, is the equalizer. On the other hand, any lawyer would tell you there is a component of socialization in law school that’s important. Just as many would tell you that law school is useless and could be done away with. For my part, if someone just torted me, I would take the lawyer with some schoolin’.

NPR: Lawyer’s Apprentice: Reading the Law in Vermont

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