OTHERWISE: The Dental School Model for Law Schools Future

OTHERWISE: The Dental School Model for Law Schools Future.
In the 1970’s and 1980’s dental schools experienced a decline in applicants very similar to what law schools have been experiencing. Several universities closed their dental schools – including Georgetown, Loyola Chicago, and Fairleigh Dickinson (NJ). Absent an unanticipated surge in law school applications – which could only follow a substantial uptick in jobs – law schools are in for an era of reduced enrollment and threats to solvency. Independent schools will be hit hardest, but university-based schools will also find the limits of what their hosts are willing to pay in subsidies. – gwc

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