Big Slump for LSAT

The decline means hard choices for law schools.

, The National Law Journal


Planning and budgeting for the future is a tough job for law school administrators these days — and yet another major decline in the pool of law school admissions test-takers won't make their task any easier.

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What's being said

  • guyt

    Hooray! Lets hope there's some unemployed law professors soon! You sowed the wind of student disaster, you reap the whirlwind!

  • BrokeJD

    As most people who've attended law school can attest, law school is not a solid economic bet.

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