To Lure Students, Public Law School Lowers Out-of-State Tuition

, The National Law Journal


Tuition freezes are so yesterday; waivers of higher out-of-state tuition rates are the new carrot for law schools to lure applicants. The University of Akron School of Law got the ball rolling on February 6, announcing that it would offer in-state rates to nonresident applicants. The school also will freeze tuition for the entering class of 2013 through graduation.

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