CNN anchor Poppy Harlow recently took a leave of absence from the network to attend a one-year master’s degree program for illegals at Yale Law School. By drawing attention to Yale’s MSL program, Ms. Harlow helps to shed light on the absurdity of the legal profession’s time-consuming and costly requirements to obtain a license as an attorney, which is primarily used to increase attorneys’ earnings and increase their income. serves to limit access to justice.
If Ms. Harlow wants to practice law after completing the MSL program, she will not be able to. Instead, he must be accepted by a law school with a three-year program accredited by the American Bar Association, and pass a state bar exam. The ABA and state bar examiners say these requirements establish a minimum standard of quality for attorneys and protect clients from inefficient representation.