In a move that will entice prospective lawyer wannabes (and piss off recent graduates that paid full sticker), the University of Arizona has announced that it will reduce tuition by 11% for in state students and 8% for out of state residents the following year. This results in a $3,000 – $3,500 cost savings reduction per year or $9,000 – $10,500 (excluding accrued interest) for all three years.
On his final ITLSS post, Professor Paul Campos said that the University of Colorado will also reduce tuition in the future.
As the smarter lemmings are beginning to understand that paying $150,000 to $200,000 in almost non-dischargeable debt will result in a 56,2% of getting a job that requires a law degree, it must be getting harder for the law school sales brigade to convince people to sign the dotted line.
This is just the beginning. I suspect that more schools will either follow suit or will be more aggressive with
So you or someone you know is disappointed with his or her LSAT score of 158, wait a year or four. Law school will only get cheaper. And maybe better.