The United States is one of the world’s largest medical offices, and its lawyers are among the most powerful in the world.
It has a $1.4 trillion economy and a large number of lawyers in its ranks.
But it also has a growing number of law schools that are struggling to keep up with demand.
A recent survey by the Georgetown Law School showed that nearly one in five lawyers in the United States are looking to leave.
A 2017 survey by Georgetown Law showed that only 16% of American law schools had a hiring rate of more than 75%.
“I think the way we see it is that there is a glut of lawyers and that we’ve got a lot of talented people but it’s not enough,” said Lawrence Tribe, an attorney who has been representing veterans in legal cases for decades.
“The real problem is that we don’t have a good pipeline to recruit the best people to come to the United, and to do that you need to be willing to pay a premium.”
The shortage of lawyers comes at a time when many other countries are moving to diversify their legal industries.
Law school enrollment in the U.S. fell in 2018 to the lowest level in 30 years.
The number of students applying for admission to law schools in other countries increased slightly in 2017.
In 2018, a record 14.7 million students applied to law school in the EU and 22.9 million applied to schools in Canada.
There are more than 200 foreign law schools accredited by the EU, and many of those are located in the Americas.
But many U.K. law schools have recently begun to recruit their foreign students from abroad.
In 2016, the British government said it was considering closing the London School of Economics and Law, which offers a law degree.
And last year, a group of U.N. officials urged the U,S.
and other countries to “rethink” their legal education system.
“We have this tremendous number of people who are looking for jobs,” Tribe said.
“So the real question is, do we have enough lawyers in our country to attract the best and the brightest?
That is what is really important to us.
We have a large population of lawyers, and we need to have the best talent.
We need to attract talent.
That is the fundamental issue.”
There is no shortage of talented lawyers in China, and it’s likely to continue to be a major market for lawyers for a long time.
The country has been growing at an unprecedented pace since the mid-1990s, and according to government data, about 90% of its lawyers graduated from the country’s top-tier universities.
The U.G.A. is looking to expand its legal education programs in China in a bid to meet demand.
In February, the group announced that it will begin offering a law program in 2019.
The new program will focus on the countrys legal system, with focus on constitutional law, human rights, media and social issues, among others.
The university says that its students will be taught the fundamentals of international law and will receive a certificate of completion that will allow them to apply for jobs in their chosen professions.
The university said that the students will also learn the skills of international and domestic law and that the law program will include a mix of Chinese and U.U. law graduates.
“China is a very diverse country,” the university said.
“They have a lot to learn from U. S. law and they need to learn the American way.
But we’re confident that if they are going to become lawyers, they will be able to learn American law.”