Monday, December 1, 2014

Law School Becomes Buyers’ Market as Competition for Best Students Increases

The New York Times has an article today on the law school admissions crisis.  (here)  Mostly stuff those in the business already know, but this will be read by a national audience.

Excerpt: "In the new topsy-turvy law school world, students are increasingly in control as nearly all of the 204 accredited law schools battle for the students with the best academic credentials. Gone are the days when legal educators bestowed admittance and college graduates gratefully accepted, certain that they were on the path to a highly paid, respectable career."

(Scott Fruehwald)

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