Law School Enrollment Down, But Some Programs Prosper

, The National Law Journal

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Law school remains a tough sell—the number of people applying for admission nationwide plummeted by more than 12 percent this year, marking the third straight year of declines. However, a handful of law schools bucked the trend and are welcoming incoming classes notably larger than last years’.

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  • penny0314

    While I am delighted to see more optimistic enrollment figures, I am concerned with a Dean who has difficulty with basic grammar. Poorly written product speaks volumes for a young lawyer.

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