It's a buyers' market at law school

Suddenly in demand, prospective students wonder, "How much money can I get?"

, The National Law Journal


Facing a 25 percent decline in applicants over the past two years, many law schools have responded by accepting a larger percentage of applicants and sweetening their scholarship packages, in hopes of locking in prospective students.

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Originally appeared in print as Law schools are competing to fill seats

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  • Lulaine

    It looks like law schools are seeing the writing on the wall and are adjusting to the new realities of law education. They are planning for the future by offering more scholarships to prospective students. The sluggish job market and the lawsuit by the graduates does help them a little bit negotiating with the schools.

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