Star Tribune publishes letter from Hamline School of Law alum Rand Park (JD ’93) about the benefit of the new Mitchell | Hamline School of Law.
“Both schools have produced scores of excellent lawyers and judges,” Park wrote in the letter published in the Star Tribune on March 8, 2015. “In a world where streamlined graduate degrees in all fields are commonplace, a law degree from an American Bar Association (ABA) accredited institution still provides a distinctly valuable credential in the marketplace.”
Park warns about the dangers of discrediting law schools below the top tier. Read Park’s full commentary on the Star Tribune website. This letter follows another endorsement published in the Star Tribune on March 5 from leading Minneapolis attorney Clifford Greene who called the combination of the law schools a ‘win-win.’