According to the American Bar Association Journal, law school applications in general are up 2 percent this year, but the increase at some schools is as high as 8 percent states the Wall Street Journal. The ABA article, citing the WSJ, states that top tier schools like Yale Law School, the University of Texas School of Law and Cornell University Law School have all increased their applicant pool despite these trying times.
Read the article here.
Here’s another article from the National Law Journal that discusses the recent increase, with a focus on the UC Irvine School of Law.
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