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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The Canary in the Law School Mine: Texas Schools Cut Size of 1L Class

The ABA Journal and Texas Lawyer report that three Texas law schools have cut the size of their first year classes:

  • Texas:  -3.8%
  • St. Mary's:  -9.6%
  • Houston:  -18.2%
See also Above the Law, Belmont (TN) To Open New Law School — Just Because They Can.

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oh, I can't resist...GOOD!!! Law schools are professional schools and should thus respond to the needs of the market in this manner...and while we are at it, how about closing all California non-ABA approved schools and some of the 3rd and 4th tier private degreee mills?

Posted by: Bob | Oct 7, 2009 12:45:18 PM