December 18, 2011
What constitutes and adequate law school ROI?
University of Louisville Law School Dean Jim Chen argues that law school graduates typically need to generate an annual income equal to three times their annual law school tuition in order for their investment in law school to leave them with adequate economic viability, assuming they incurred debt to cover the entire cost of tuition (and nothing more). The National Law Journal has the story here. Dean Chen's paper is available here.