In Idaho, it's a race between two law schools, one private, one public

, The National Law Journal

The University of Idaho is proposing to open a law school campus in Boise, the state capital, before a private law school does. Donald L. Burnett Jr., dean of the public University of Idaho College of Law, argues in a proposal to be heard next week by the state board of education that the law school cannot remain competitive if it stays solely at the Moscow campus in northern Idaho. Concordia University, a private Lutheran university in Oregon, announced early this year that it is considering a law school in Boise.

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