March 4, 2011
Smaller Entering Classes for at Least Two Law Schools
The New York Law Journal reports today that at least two New York law schools (Albany and Touro) plan reduce admissions this fall because of the sluggish job market for law school grads. The newspaper quotes one dean as saying that the smaller class size is the "ethical and moral thing to do."
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Kudos to Albany and Touro!
Posted by: Amanda | Mar 5, 2011 6:00:58 PM
This is a very smart move.
Posted by: Scott Fruehwald | Mar 6, 2011 11:30:27 AM