10 Law Schools Vow to Cut Admissions by a Few Hundred Students, Total
Undoubtedly in response to Bitter Lawyer’s 4th-Tier Law School Kill list, at least 10 law schools have vowed to cut admissions. For example, the Creighton University School of Law plans to enroll at least 100 fewer students, total, over the next five years.
Since law school admissions in 2011 were 44,495, up from 42,673, this bold move by a tiny handful of law schools is likely to make no difference whatsoever. (via WSJ Law Blog)