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Summary: Law school enrollment has declined across the nation, giving many prospective students access to lower tuition at various law schools. According to the New York Times, law students are gaining more and more control over law school admissions as the schools remain…>read moreNo Comment December 2, 2014
Summary: New data from FindTheBest analyzes and compares first-time bar passage rates and law school tuition to determine the law schools with the best value. According to a new chart of data from FindTheBest, paying the most for law school does…>read moreNo Comment November 11, 2014
Summary: Due to lowered–and even free–tuition at Philadelphia law schools, the city now boasts the lowest tuition rates in the United States. According to Main Street, it will cost students less money to attend law school in Philadelphia than nearly any…>read moreNo Comment October 24, 2014
Summary: Wayne State University Law School will freeze tuition for the next academic school year and will offer scholarships to both current and incoming students. The school hopes that the move will increase enrollment and lower student debt. The Free…>read moreNo Comment October 21, 2014
Summary: Various law schools have offered tremendous reductions in tuition in hopes of increasing the size of their first-year classes. Some have seen such increases, however, median LSAT scores and GPAs at some of these schools have also decreased…>read moreNo Comment September 2, 2014
In its Annual Meeting in Boston, the ABA’s new Task Force on the Financing of Legal Education held its first public hearing to determine the causes of debilitating law student debts and rising law school tuition rates. The task force…>read moreNo Comment August 11, 2014
As law schools continue to roil in the bludgeoning legal market we’ve seen since the Great Recession, more and more schools have resorted to tricks, gimmicks, tuition cuts, and so forth. This is in full keeping: how else to keep…>read moreNo Comment December 3, 2013
Schools are getting desperate. Penn State University, for instance saw a 17.5 percent drop in enrollment this last year, which is even harsher than the average 12 percent drop. What to do? To answer the situation, Penn Sate University announced…>read moreNo Comment November 29, 2013
Iowa’s only public law school just went easier on out-of-staters. In a move that many other law schools are making, they’ve decided, instead of hiking tuition among decreasing enrollment trends, to decrease tuition, and this for out-of-state students, dropping tuition…>read moreNo Comment November 22, 2013
Considering the tough legal market, it’s no surprise that fewer students are taking the LSAT or applying to law school. But with tuition down nearly 20 percent at the University of Iowa College of Law, they resorted to drastic measures…>read moreNo Comment October 16, 2013
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