Paul L. CaronDean
Monday, October 31, 2016
By Paul Caron
Legal Education | Permalink
$20 million loss to produce one Indiana bar exam passer this summer. I look forward to the usual strained-but-strenuous defenses on the grounds of versatility and wage premiums.
Posted by: Unemployed Northeastern | Oct 31, 2016 11:59:55 AM
One down, about fifty more to go. Any law school founded within the last decade out to go first.
Posted by: Anon | Oct 31, 2016 12:06:59 PM
Another one bites the dust . . .
Next is . . . ?
Posted by: Kneave Riggall | Oct 31, 2016 1:44:19 PM
A sign of the times -- there simply isn't a need for more law schools right now, and in fact there is considerable need for many to close. That said, there were some good people on faculty and staff at Indiana Tech, and of course, students in the middle of their educations. I very much hope that folks can find good places to land.
Posted by: Evergreen Guy | Oct 31, 2016 4:00:17 PM
I'm sure all the faculty members will be offered lucrative positions by major law firms.
Posted by: Lois Turner | Oct 31, 2016 10:54:26 PM
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