Saturday, August 2, 2014
National Law Journal, Pedigree Still Matters to Prospective Law Students: "A survey of prelaw students found that nearly 40 percent would choose a top-tier law school at full cost rather than a less prestigious institution offering a scholarship."
Wall Street Journal, Survey: For Many, Law School Rankings Matter More Than Aid: "Students contemplating a legal career still place a high premium on law school rankings—with some reporting they would rather attend a top school even if they got no financial aid at all."
- Daily Record, Survey: Pre-law Students Value Rankings Over Aid
- Greedy Associates, Kaplan Polls Students on the Devil's Dilemma: Ranking or Cost?
- JD Journal, Ranking of Law School Plays Major Role in Deciding Factor for Pre-Law Students