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Some schools actually don't need the money and are run for higher education purposes.
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anstone1988 wrote:If having a law school is so lucrative for an university, why aren't Yale, Stanford, and UChicago increasing the sizes of their entering classes?
I think that the top law schools claim that they spend well more than tuition in the costs for each student. I don't know if that's true, and I can't seem to get google to tell me tonight what the exact chart looks like.
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Top schools aren't cash cows. They are more or less autonomous. It's the TTT's that are cash cows.
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