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June 2018 LSAT Discussion

UPDATE: June 29th at 12:35AM — Scores are currently being released! June #LSAT Scores are being released NOW! Keep refreshing your inbox! Good Luck!Already got your score? Let us know how it went!— LawSchooli.com (@OnLawSchool) June 29, 2018 You’ve spent countless hours over the past few months pouring over lessons,…

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Are High LSAT Scorers Returning To Law School?

While more and more college grads have been avoiding the law school path, there is one group that appears to be coming back: high LSAT scorers. Going by the LSAT and GPA numbers, the current crop of students at the top law schools is substantially weaker than the pool we…

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How Many Law School Graduates Are Getting Jobs?

The ABA just updated its yearly employment figures for all accredited law schools. It’s mostly so-so news: there was very little change from last year’s results, when just 56.2% found employment in full-time, long-term jobs requiring a JD. This year’s crop of 2013 grads placed 57% percent out of a total 46,776 graduates…

Law Schools

Which New York City Law School Just Got A Price Cut?

Brooklyn Law School recently announced a 15% percent cut to tuition. Although Brooklyn will maintain tuition at its current level of $53,850 a year for the class entering this coming fall, next year’s tuition will decrease to $45,850. That’s not all Brooklyn is doing, however: they are also increasing need-based aid, decreasing merit…

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A Private Law School Significantly Lowers Tuition!

The ABA Journal reported yesterday that Roger Williams University in Rhode Island has cut tuition by 18 percent, lowering tuition from $41,400 to $33,792 for the 2014-15 school year. The reduction, which fixes tuition for at least three years, amounts to $7,600 saved yearly for full-time students. When Iowa and Penn State lowered tuition…

Admissions A High-Ranking Law School Has Actually Cut Tuition!

A High-Ranking Law School Has Actually Cut Tuition!

A couple weeks ago, I blogged about how University of Iowa (ranked #26 in the US News) was considering a student-backed proposal to cut out-of-state tuition costs. In what can only be described as an early Christmas miracle, it appears that U of Iowa has not just agreed to the proposed…

Admissions A High-Ranking Law School Has Actually Cut Tuition!

Finally, Law Students Start Demanding A Price Cut

Prairie populism is apparently alive and well, but now it’s law students, not farmers, throwing their collective weight against the entrenched élite. The Iowa student bar association is supporting a proposal to lower out-of-state tuition at Iowa’s only public law school, The University of Iowa College Of Law, by nearly $8,000.…

Admissions

Law School Scholarships

We have talked about how incoming law students are in a better position than ever to get big merit scholarships. A recent article in Fortune has me realizing that I may have underestimated just how green the grass is out there. How green is it? It’s 18th-hole-at-Augusta-green. Fortune reported on…