As Top Law Schools Trim Enrollments, the Biggest One Expands

Thomas M. Cooley Law School

Thomas M. Cooley Law School, which already has more than 3,700 students in Michigan, attracted 111 more this month to its new campus, near Tampa, Fla.
May 27, 2012

With applications to law schools plummeting and job offers harder than ever for graduates to come by, a growing number of schools are forgoing badly needed tuition dollars and reducing the size of their incoming classes. But not all of them.


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