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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Colorado Regents Question Law School's $1.5 Million Budget Deficit

Colorado LogoAssociated Press, CU Regents Questioning Law School Subsidies:

University of Colorado regents want to know why the Boulder campus School of Law is running at a loss and being subsidized by other students.Last year, the law school spent $26 million, more than $1.5 million more than its revenue. ... The year before last, its deficit was $1.8 million. ... Law school tuition for in-state students has increased from $18,593 a year in 2007-08 to $31,045 in 2011-12.

(Hat Tip: Brian Leiter.)

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