Yes, law school should be two years instead of three, because the last year is not that helpful or practical. Students would be much better off spending that year doing an apprenticeship. Law school is very expensive, and an apprenticeship would give students a large reduction in tuition costs. They would learn practical skills.
In some ways, law school is like a trade school one goes to after college. All the material could be covered in two years instead of three years. And that would mean less money in student loans that has to be paid back and less excuse to charge huge fees.