Survey says: half of law schools cut first-year enrollment
Fifty-one percent of law schools have cut the size of their entering class, and 63 percent say the reason was the poor job market, according to a new survey.
The numbers are likely to swell; 28 percent of the law schools that haven’t cut enrollment are planning to do so for the current applications cycle, according to the survey by Kaplan Test Prep. Admissions officers from 123 ABA-accredited law schools responded to the survey.
Full story: About Half of Law Schools Surveyed Have Cut First-Year Enrollment