Students Have Upper Hand With Law Schools

By on December 2, 2014

December 2, 2014

Law schools facing plummeting enrollment and financial instability are competing to entice prospective students with the best academic credentials. Schools including University of Arizona, University of Iowa and Pennsylvania State University have cut tuition, and others have opted to freeze tuition in orderto keep from laying off staff, – or shutting their doors, as one of the four campuses of Western Michigan University’s law school did. The number of first-year law students has fallen 24 percent in the last three years, according to the American Bar Association, and the incoming 2013 class is the smallest since the 1970s.

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The New York Times

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