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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

26% Of Law Students Pay Full Tuition, Down From 53% In 2011

Matt Leichter, 2017: Full-Time Law Students Paying Full Tuition *Rises* by 0.4 Percentage Points:

At the average law school not in Puerto Rico in 2017, the proportion of full-time students paying full tuition rose by 0.4 percentage points from 25.4 percent to 25.8 percent. At the median law school less than one quarter of students pay full tuition.

Leichter 1A

Leichter 2

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2019/01/26-of-law-students-pay-full-tuition-down-from-53-in-2011.html

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Comments

When I was in law school in the '70s, there was no tuition at the University of California law schools, though we had $1000 a year or so in fees (which could be deferred with 3% interest loans). It was possible to pay for law school entirely with the GI Bill, fee deferral loans, and Summer work. Few of my classmates graduated with significant debt.

Posted by: CatoRenasci | Jan 22, 2019 10:33:50 AM