Slate:  “Law schools are manufacturing more lawyers than America needs, and law students aren’t happy about it. . . . a number of recent or current law students are saying—or screaming—that they made a mistake. They went to law school, they say, and now they’re underemployed or jobless, in debt, and three years older. And statistics show that the evidence is more than anecdotal. . . . The job market for lawyers is terrible.”