Excerpt from Karen Sloan’s article, April 16, 2014, National Law Journal:
Is now the ideal time to enroll in law school? Steven Freedman, assistant dean for admissions at the University of Kansas School of Law, has been making the counterintuitive case that it is.
In a series of posts on the law professor blog The Faculty Lounge, he argues that the relatively small number of people set to graduate with J.D.s in 2017 will mean better job prospects for those who do. In short, the supply of new lawyers will be much more closely aligned with the demand for their services than for the Class of 2013.
“Enroll today or you will miss out on what might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” Freedman wrote on April 10. “Namely, the chance to graduate from law school in 2017-2018, which will likely be one of the best times ever to graduate from law school.”
Read more: http://www.nationallawjournal.com/id=1202651438798/Theory%3A-The-Time-Was-Never-Better-to-Enroll-in-Law-School#ixzz2zFaxCxWw