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Monday, August 17, 2015

Appalachian Law School Enrolls 32 1Ls, Down 38% From 2014's 52 1Ls (And Down 78% From 2011's 145 1Ls)

Appalachian LogoFollowing up on yesterday's post, UConn Law School Enrolls 100 1Ls, Down 38% From 2014's 160 1Ls:  Appalachian Law School has enrolled 32 1Ls this year, down 38% from 2014's 52 1Ls (and down 78% from 2011's 145 1Ls).

Appalachian has lost 62% of its faculty since Fall 2014:  8 of the 13 faculty teaching there in Fall 2014 (plus their Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation) are not teaching there in Fall 2015.  They have been replaced with visiting professors and adjuncts.

Prior TaxProf Blog coverage:

Update:  Above the Law, This Law School’s Enrollment Is Down By Almost 80 Percent

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2015/08/appalachian-law-schools-enrolls-32-1ls-down-38-from-2014s-52-1ls-and-78-from-2011s-145-1ls.html

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Comments

By and large "these crooks" are the ones running the portions of the ABA that regulate law schools.

Posted by: Lonnie | Aug 17, 2015 11:20:00 AM

Serious question: Where is the ABA? How can the ABA sit by and let these crooks continue to take these poor, ill-informed students' money?

Posted by: Curious Lawyer | Aug 17, 2015 6:23:42 AM