Business Insider published a short article by Erin Fuchs, "Like Watching Paint Dry: Why the third year of law school is a waste", which was picked up by Slate. ( link) If you check the title on Google, you'll find the article was picked up, or commented on, by several other sources.
I'm not sure I totally agree with that thesis. (I speak having endured the full three years of law school, which, for me at least, alternated between intensely boring and intensely intense. It just seemed there was so much-- mostly boring-- stuff to cover.)
What I would suggest is to turn the third year into
Apart from that, what I personally took away as most valuable from law school, was the savvy mindset: the game-playing perspective of looking past the apparent. That formed the first level of my book, SMART QUESTIONS People Skills for Winning the Games of Career Success (& Office Politics!).
More on that game-like perspective here another time. Or check out the book.