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The decrease in applicants and applications could be good news for those with a passion for law.
Prospective law students can now better determine their odds of finding a job with their J.D.
A school without American Bar Association accreditation might be a good fit for some students.
But some schools say their undergraduate programs can pave the way to law school.
These part-time law programs received the most attention from applicants in 2011.
A sharp criticism of today's legal education is creating a lot of buzz.
Web-based J.D. and LL.M. degrees’ reputations may be rising, but they don’t seem to have arrived yet.
U.S. News collects and uses employment data for law students at graduation and nine months after.
Law schools need to take more responsibility instead of blaming others for their current woes.
You may want to know how many grads work in the legal profession, but schools don't have to say.