Do Med Schools Do It Better?: Improving Law School Admissions by Adopting a Medical School Admissions Model
The differences between legal education and medical education start before students enter their post- graduate professions programs: the differences in the preparation begin during a period of undergraduate years. This article briefly compares pre-law and pre-medical undergraduate preparations, and discusses how the differences in preparation shape preparedness in professional school. Taking cues from the successes in pre-med preparation, this article provides recommendations for improving the law school admissions model by adopting more rigorous pre-law preparation standards. The recommendations in this articles are necessary prerequisite for law schools looking to produce the “practice ready” graduates that the public demands.
Rebecca C. Flanagan, Do Med Schools Do It Better: Improving Law School Admissions by Adopting a Medical School Admissions Model, 53 Duq. L. Rev. 75 (2015).
Originally published by the Duquesne Law Review in 2015.