With the advent of charter schools, there are no longer many law schools in the United States.

That means the next best option for students who want to pursue a law degree is to go to private schools.

For years, I have wondered if that was the right decision, and what the future holds for law school in the U.S. If a law school could be found in New Jersey, I would think that would be a good thing.

I have read several books on law school admissions, but I have never seen anything like Epic Charter.

In the last two decades, there have been more than 1,400 public law schools that are accredited by the Association of American Law Schools (AAAS).

That makes the largest number of law schools, even though it includes some very good schools like the University of California at Berkeley.

This article is based on the book The Bigger Picture: Lessons from the Law School Bubble and a New Look at Admission in the Age of Charter Schools by Paul R. LaBonte.

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