... The fourth thing is that we have intentionally decreased the size of the incoming first-year class. We have shrunk the number of students who are joining us, this year by 20 percent. And we made that decision in part to maintain the quality of the class that we want and in part to make sure we can provide every student with the individualized, personalized educational experience that increasingly they’re going to need. Not all law schools have made that choice. It’s obvious we could make a lot more money by just admitting as many people as want to come, but we made the decision that that was not the right thing to do for our students or for our school.An interesting response to the eroding legal job market. The law school is heavily subsidized by CAS. I wonder how they will compensate for the lost tuition. 8/27/2012.
Law school cuts new class size 20%
Becky Metrick has an interesting interview with law Dean Michael Moffitt in the ODE:
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