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Mississippi College freezes law school tuition

Mississippi College School of Law announced it is freezing tuition for students applying for admission in 2016.

Law schools admitting more at-risk students, study says

Law schools are accepting more at-risk students which will likely lead to lower bar passage rates in the near future, according to a study by Law School Transparency. 

Charleston gets new owner, hopes to become nonprofit

The embattled Charleston School of Law has a new part-owner who plans to turn the for-profit school into a nonprofit.

William & Mary gets $22M donation

Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary announced a $22 million donation from an anonymous alumni.

Northwestern changes name after $100M donation

Northwestern University School of Law is changing its name after a $100 million gift from J.B. Pritzker, the second largest gift to a law school.


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