The critics of evening law schools have argued that the problems of such schools far outweigh their advantages. They say that serious matters of fatigue and lack of dedication to the law are endemic in evening law schools. They say too that many evening schools, over-all, turn out an inferior legal product. Most of the criticism of evening law schools seems to emanate from day school people.
Howard L. Oleck, Facts and Fictions about Evening Law Schools, 12 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 1 (1963)