Maybe this will ease what seems to be fairly saturated markets across the US.
Quote from: Chippewa to Torero on June 11, 2007, 05:51:54 PMMaybe this will ease what seems to be fairly saturated markets across the US.No such luck..Yes the number of people applying to law school is decreasing.. but the law schools are still filling their classes.. But with applicants that have lesser "number" GPA/LSAT.The output of every law school is still the same.. no matter if there is less people applying to the school or not.If you have less people applying, then each school has less bodies to choose from, so in some instances they must select individuals with lower GPA/LSAT combos. But they still fill their class.To keep the market from being so saturated the ABA or some other ruling organization must stop the opening of new law schools and/or reduce the existing class sizes of the current law schools. And I do not see this ever happening.
Sounds like the net affect is that the average law school student is becoming ever so slightly less qualified.