Monday, October 21, 2013

Does lower law school enrollment mean lower-quality law students?

At many law schools, enrollment has been trending downward in recent years. What does this mean? One article suggests that

Graduates of elite colleges and universities are opting not to apply to law school at a greater rate than graduates of less elite colleges and universities. One might suppose that this translates to a greater decline in the number of applicants and matriculants with really high LSATs (165 or above) as compared to those with relatively low LSATs (149 and below).

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