So where are tuition increases headed and what should I/we expect to pay in 2015-2016 in the $50,000+ tuition LS? Where will it stop.. 100k a year?
Do you think the scheme to give great JD applicants scholarships will forever trap law schools in the tuition increase race?
Has anyone ever questioned to a LS employee the relation between tuition and the cost of running the school? What do you think should be trimmed from the tuition rate first to lower tuition?
Why do some schools specifically state that their tuition will always increase? How can they know that 5 years from now they will definitely have to increase tuition?
When will Law Schools stop the annual tuition increases and when do you think it will start coming down?
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They will keep increasing until they can't find students.
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Inflation is also factored in
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