Not many years ago, as much as one-fifth of a first-year class at The University of Michigan Law School did not return for the second year. It was a cause of regret that so much waste and frustration was associated with this non-event. Whether students failed or voluntarily withdrew, their time, money, and opportunity were lost.
Paul D. Carrington & James J. Conley,
The Alienation of Law Students,
Mich. L. Rev.
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