Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Time to Reduce Law School Tuition?

David Segal, For 2nd Year, a Sharp Drop in Law School Entrance Tests, NYTimes (March 19, 2002): 

The organization behind the Law School Admission Test reported that the number of tests it administered this year dropped by more than 16 percent, the largest decline in more than a decade. 
The Law School Admission Council reported that the LSAT was given 129,925 times in the 2011-12 academic year. That was well off the 155,050 of the year before and far from the peak of 171,514 in the year before that. In all, the number of test takers has fallen by nearly 25 percent in the last two years.

Fewer decanal lunches and dinners at posh Manhattan restaurants? Horrors!


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