Success And Careers

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This year, the ABA ultimately started auditing some of the information in the annual law school ten-months-following-graduation employment surveys. B-schools seem to be continuing to practical experience an uptick in applications (which includes post-recession), even if modest, whereas law schools are seeing applications drop. With poor placement rates, increased transparency about job outcomes, and ongoing shifts in legal practice, it will be extremely tricky for law schools to reverse this twenty-year trend. The same decline these graphs show happens to also coincide with the rise in for-profit, on the web degree-granting schools.

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