December 30, 2013
First-year enrollment at US law schools has plunged to its lowest level since 1975, according to a December 17 MarketWatch story. This year’s law-school enrollment totals 39,675, compared to 39,038 in 1975. MarketWatch noted that students are steering clear of law because it has “left many recent graduates loaded with debt and struggling to find work.”
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