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Summary: With the difficult legal market, some law schools are offering business training to give extra value. With the law of compensation, supply and demand, working between a legal market unable to take on too many fresh grads and law…>read moreNo Comment February 13, 2015
Summary: Enrollment at law schools has dropped across the country. Many have reduced admission requirements to pad enrollment, but doing so may have serious consequences, even putting a school’s accreditation at risk. According to Inside Higher Ed, law schools are…>read moreNo Comment January 16, 2015
Summary: William Mitchell offers the first “hybrid” course law degree. Are online courses the wave of the future, this abstracted half-unreal experience we call the internet? St. Paul’s William Mitchell believes it is so, and they’ve convinced the American Bar…>read moreNo Comment January 13, 2015
Summary: LSU Law Center has offered retirement incentives to seven professors, which could ultimately save the school over $1 million. According to The Advocate, LSU Law Center is offering incentives to seven law professors if they decide to retire next…>read moreNo Comment December 23, 2014
Summary: A new financial agreement will allow Thomas Jefferson School of Law to significantly reduce its debt and expenses. Earlier this year, Thomas Jefferson School of Law missed a payment to creditors that had financed construction at the school. According…>read moreNo Comment December 15, 2014
Summary: Although many law schools have cut tuition in hopes of increasing their enrollment, the University of Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law plans to hike tuition costs. The University of Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of…>read moreNo Comment September 16, 2014
Cooley Law School’s Ann Arbor campus may only be the first. They announced Wednesday that they won’t just be cutting down the upcoming class of 1Ls–they will be refusing the entire class. By this they hope to adjust to…>read moreNo Comment July 3, 2014
Since 1977 law school enrollment hasn’t been this low, according to the American Bar Association. Since last year there has been an almost 50,000 student decline; analysts and speculators and the legal community consider that this “largely reflects concerns about…>read moreNo Comment December 18, 2013
The secret to having diversity in your law school is to lower the requirements to get into the program without lowering the requirements to get out of the program. That, at least, is how things were explained by Thomas M.…>read moreNo Comment October 28, 2013
Necessity being the mother of invention, law schools have considered how their enrollment is down 15 percent these last two years (according to the American Bar Association,) and come up with the solution that they will start offering master’s degrees.…>read moreNo Comment May 20, 2013
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