That is the subject of my Pope Center Clarion Call today. The bloom is way off the law school rose because many young people have learned that the legal profession is awash in law school grads who can't find work. The time seems ripe for significant change. In the piece, I spar with one professor who wants law schools to become more "inclusive," which would accomplish nothing. I argue in favor of liberating legal education from the self-interested clutches of the American Bar Association.