Law schools follow a fairly singular (and grossly-expensive-to-deliver) curriculum thanks to ABA accreditation, which accordingly produces a fairly singular kind of lawyer.
This is completely inconsistent with the world in which we find ourselves.
We need more flavors of legal education. We need different kinds of lawyers. We need different kinds of roles that operate within the legal system to bring access and justice to more people.
We need a redesign. Not to replace what we have, but to vastly expand and complement it.