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The simplification and socialization of law is frustrated by the stand-alone JD which accommodates systematic conflicts of interest among legal concept, method and application standards, in part from extended closed-system bias escalation. Such bias may be expressed under assertions of blanket academic freedom; however, they are more relevantly judged under standards of pedagogy and professional duties of care. If engineers can be educated as undergraduates, the lawyer can be so trained, and thereby released faster into independent applied work experience, benefiting himself, the public and the academy.

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