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by Vault Education Editors | February 10, 2011


From the WSJ's Law Blog, on the matter of declining law school applications following drastic drops in the number of LSAT takers:

"Perhaps the steady drumbeat of media accounts questioning the value of a law degree is starting to filter down to the college ranks. And perhaps graduates are finally snapping to the idea, increasingly held, that there is a paradigm shift in which firms will be less leveraged and hire smaller associate classes for years to come."


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