Univ. Of Arizona Law School Cuts Tuition As Apps Drop

Law360, Los Angeles (April 5, 2013, 5:19 PM EDT) -- The University of Arizona announced Thursday that its graduate law school will drop its tuition by nearly 11 percent for state residents and 8 percent for nonresidents amid a nationwide law school enrollment decline and rising anger over law schools increasing tuition while students face worsening job prospects.

The Arizona Board of Regents approved an annual tuition cut from $27,288 to $24,381 for the 293 resident students, and from $42,298 to $38,841 for the 140 nonresident students who will enroll in the University of Arizona James...
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