Remember last year, when a lot of people started applying to law school? Well, a lot of them got in.
Remember last year, when a lot of people started applying to law school? Well, a lot of them got in. Law schools are starting to release data about their 2024 classes, and many of them are larger than usual. So what’s changed, and how will it affect job prospects for future lawyers?
Listen and learn . . .
How much bigger are this year’s incoming classes, exactly?
Should this affect your law school plans, if you haven’t applied yet?
How LSAT-Flex and higher-scoring applicants affected law school LSAT medians
Which top schools had the biggest spike in applications?
Are there really more law students than lawyers?
Do higher medians mean doom and gloom for lower LSAT scorers?