George Washington joins ranks of law schools that are scaling back

, The National Law Journal

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Dean Paul Schiff Berman said the school does not plan to cut any specific percentage of J.D. candidates from the incoming class this fall, but hopes to move enrollment below 450 and continue to reduce the number of new students in subsequent years.

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